Microsoft's New Edge Browser is Rolling Out Automatically

published 03.06.2020 19:22

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Much like Google Chrome, the web browser is also now separate from the operating system, so it’s always getting new updates on a monthly basis.

In all cases, once you install any of these KB updates, and restart your Windows 10 device, the old legacy Microsoft Edge will be hidden in favor of the new Edge.

With the new browser previously only available as a manual download, there are three specific updates that will bring the browser automatically to Windows 10 PCs.

The new Microsoft Edge browser, which is based on Google’s open-source Chromium engine, is making its way to more Windows 10 PCs.

Microsoft is planning new features for the browser that helps separate it out from Google Chrome.