Microsoft unveils edge browser preview for Linux

Microsoft has unveiled the Microsoft Edge Preview for Linux. Ubuntu, Debian, Fedora, and openSUSE distributions are supported. Microsoft announced that it will be able to provide a consistent web platform and developer tools in the three development environments, including the Linux version, Windows, macOS, and Linux, and plans to release weekly builds on the developer channel along with other platforms to support in the future.

You can obtain the package from the Edge Insider website and install it yourself, and after installation, automatic updates are made. Installation can be done from the Microsoft Linux software repository. In addition, Microsoft explained that the edge browser for Linux is not only for general web browsing, but also for developers or web service site operators to check the operation. Related information can be found here .



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