Microsoft is finally rolling out the first public preview of the new version of Microsoft Edge based on the Chromium engine.
Alongside the first preview, the company is also launching a new page that allows you to download daily (Canary Channel) or weekly (Dev Channel) builds of the browser like it’s possible with Google Chrome. Then as the browser becomes more stable, Microsoft will also release a beta version of the browser, which would be scheduled to release every six weeks.
While this flight is available only for Windows 10, support for other platforms, like Windows 7, Windows 8.1, macOS, and other channels will come at a later time.
How to download and install Microsoft Edge based on Chromium
To download and install the first preview of the Edge browser using the Chromium engine, use these steps:
Click the Download Dev Channel button.
Save the installer on your device.
Click the Accept and download button.
Double-click the MicrosoftEdgeSetup.exe file to start the installation.
You can also follow the video tutorial to download and install the new browser:
Once you complete the steps, the new version of Microsoft Edge based on the Google’s Chromium engine will install automatically on your device.