Microsoft Edge Browser (Preview) Now Available on Linux
Microsoft has just announced that Microsoft Edge of Linux is available for download in the Dev channel, thus allowing users on the platform to finally try out the software giant’s Chromium-based browser.
“With this release, Microsoft Edge is now available for all major desktop and mobile platforms. We’re particularly excited to offer web developers the same consistent and powerful web platform and developer tools as on macOS or Windows, so you can build and test in your preferred environment and be confident in the experience your customers will have on other devices. For security researchers, we’re now also accepting submissions for the Microsoft Edge Bounty Program on Linux,” Microsoft explains.
The first preview builds of Microsoft Edge for Linux can be installed on Ubuntu, Debian, Fedora, and OpenSUSE. Microsoft says that its Dev builds aimed at Linux would be updated according to the company’s typical calendar, which means that new versions will be released ev……