Microsoft will begin replacing Microsoft Edge with its Chromium-based browser next week
Beginning Wednesday, the era of the “traditional” Microsoft Edge will come to an end—for consumers, anyway.
Microsoft said in November that the new Chromium-based Edge would begin replacing the “traditional” Edge, which uses Microsoft’s own EdgeHTML to render pages. Yusuf Mehdi, corporate vice president in charge of Microsoft’s Modern Life & Devices Group, told PCWorld that the process would begin on January 15. Microsoft confirmed this in a document it released earlier this week, though with one caveat: If you’re a business user, you can choose to remain on the “old” Edge.
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