📢 Microsoft Edge for Linux coming to Edge Insiders in October

During the Microsoft Ignite 2020 event, Microsoft announced that the Chromium-powered Microsoft Edge browser is coming for Linux on October. - Story published by Kunal Chowdhury on , and was last updated on 2020-09-23T03:46:30Z.

Microsoft Edge for Linux coming to Edge Insiders in October
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When Microsoft first announced that they are going to switch to the popular Chromium engine for Microsoft Edge, they made it clear that the browser will come to every popular platform. Till now, it was available to Windows, ARM, macOS, Android, and was missing the love of Linux.


During the Microsoft Ignite //2020 virtual event, Microsoft announced that their Edge browser is going to get some love for Linux, and it is soon coming to the Edge Insiders. Continue reading to know its availability.


Microsoft Edge for Linux coming as Dev preview in October


Those who are waiting for Microsoft Edge to run on Linux, the wait is almost over. Microsoft to start releasing preview builds in the coming month. Though the general public will get the stable version of Microsoft Edge on Linux after a couple of months, as an Edge Insider you can try it from next month.


Starting October 2020, Linux users can download the Microsoft Edge preview build from the Edge Insiders site, or through the native package manager of Linux. You will get the same Edge experience as users on Windows and macOS.


Download Microsoft Edge (Chromium) on Linux