Microsoft rolls out its new Edge browser through Windows Update

Microsoft Edge
Microsoft Edge

Microsoft, American Multinational Technology Company has begun rollout of its new Edge browser through Windows Update. The new Chromium-based version of Edge launched in 15 January, but previously the users of Windows/ macOS had to specifically download it directly from Microsoft.com/edge/.

Now, the browser is available on Windows Update. It appears that the new browser ‘Edge’ will be automatically installed through Windows Update on Windows 10 version 1803 and higher.
This feature is a gradual rollout, so you might be not able to see immediately on Windows Update.

Microsoft Edge
Microsoft Edge on Window 10

With Microsoft Edge, The company is also planning to bring vertical tabs, a new sidebar search feature, and Pinterest integration to Edge in the coming months.

Vertical tab in Microsoft Edge
Vertical tab in Microsoft Edge

Microsoft has also been working with Google to improve spellchecker and scrolling support and is also working on improving Progressive Web Apps (PWA) support in Edge.

also read: Microsoft releases final Windows 10 May 2020 update to testers

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