The Microsoft Edge Team responsible for creating the Microsoft Edge browser have this week announced the availability of Microsoft Edge preview builds for Windows 7, Windows 8, and Windows 8.1. The preview builds have been made available via the Microsoft Edge Canary channel and follows on from the initial set of platforms that Microsoft rolled out back in April 2019. Enabling developers, enthusiasts and users to try out the next version of Microsoft Edge on every major desktop platform.
The Microsoft Edge browser offers a similar experience and feature set to the windows 10 version and includes forthcoming support for Internet Explorer mode for our enterprise customers.
“Delivering the next version of Microsoft Edge to all supported versions of Windows is part of our goal to improve the web browsing experience for our customers on every device, and to empower developers to build great experiences with less fragmentation. Microsoft Edge will have the same always up-to-date platform and the same developer tools on all supported versions of Windows and macOS. This will reduce developer pain on the web, while ensuring all Windows customers have the latest browsing options.”
Jump over to the official Microsoft Windows blog for more details on the new preview builds of the Microsoft Edge browser for Windows 7, Windows 8, and Windows 8.1.
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