Microsoft Edge Beta version has just been released for Windows 10 and macOS to download and install. Here's what you need to know.
Microsoft's Build 2019 developer conference is underway currently, and alongside new features for Edge on its native Windows, the company has also been showing what the macOS version will look like.
Microsoft Edge browser is set to be replaced by a new Chromium-powered web browser on Windows 10 according to a new report. Here's everything you need to know.
Ahead of giving everyone access to the beta version of Edge for iOS, Microsoft has made available the variant built specifically for the iPad, and if you are a Microsoft Edge for iOS tester, then you can download it right now.
Microsoft has been very, very busy in its preparation for Windows 10. More than just a superficial update, the company is rebuilding a lot of its software components from the ground upwards, including its famed surfing client. Internet Explorer's time passed many years ago, and over the past few months, we've seen tidbits of its successor, which was codenamed Project Spartan. Today, at the software maker's BUILD dev gathering, Project Spartan has been officially named Microsoft Edge, and while you're probably glad to see the back of IE, there are plenty of reasons to instead be more excited about what Spartan has to offer.