Chromium-based Microsoft Edge Browser is here with final beta version 79

Microsoft changed the logo of its Chromium-based Edge browser. The new logo was corresponding to the company’s policy for a ‘Fluent Design’ language. We know that Microsoft is embracing Google’s Chromium open-source engine for the browser, the same web-rendering that powers the highest internet browser market share, Google Chrome browser.

Now Edge Browser is here with the final beta version v79.0.309.12. This version includes many of the improvements and fixes that have been released on Canary and Dev channels. It also includes updates to tracking prevention, the PDF reader, and the new Tab page. The main reason for the release of this beta version is to monitor the feedbacks and to make the final set of fixes. The stable channel will be launched on January 15, 2020, for both Windows and macOS.

Channels:

microsoft edge dev channel canary channel beta channel

Beta Channel

This is the most stable Microsoft Edge preview experience so far. You will receive major updates every 6 weeks. To download Beta Channel Click here.

Dev Channel

Dev Channel is the best representation of the improvements in the past week. You will be updated on a weekly basis. To download Dev Channel Click here.

Canary Channel

If you want to monitor what Microsoft was working on a day, then you can download Canary Channel. You will be updated daily. On the updates, you will receive the details of the day before. To download Canary Channel, Click here.

You can download any of the Microsoft Edge Beta version channels. The stable channel will be launched on January 15, 2020, for both Windows and macOS.


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