During Ignite 2019 earlier today, Microsoft revealed that it will be releasing Edge Chromium browser on January 15th. According to Microsoft, the browser will support 90 languages and will be available for users on Windows 10, Windows 7, Windows 8, and macOS based devices.
Following the initial beta release of the browser back in August, Microsoft has been pretty consistent in adding new tools and features as it aims to attract Chrome and Firefox users. Recently the company unveiled the new logo as a teaser behind the release.
As you might already know, Microsoft has built the browser from scratch using Chromium engine. The company expects that this will make Edge an attractive option for those who are looking for an alternative to Google Chrome. Moreover, the company revealed that the upcoming browser will support sync across different operating system. As a result, users will be able to carry over their contents.
Apart from this, Microsoft has enabled tracking prevention by default meaning you won’t need to worry about your privacy. In an attempt to attract business-oriented customers, Microsoft has also brought some other features. This includes easier way search for information within their companies, opening up the address bar to allow users to find co-workers, office locations, floor plans for a building among other things.
In case you are interested in trying out the browser to see what to expect, you can do so by going here as Microsoft has released the final beta available to everyone.