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Microsoft Chromium-Based Browser Released

Microsoft announced the third and final preview build of its Chromium-based Edge browser. Giving key insights into its development process, features expected in the stable build, as well as details on the beta program, Joe Belfiore, corporate vice president of Windows, wrote on the official Microsoft blog that the Edge browser betas for both Windows and Apple's macOS are now live. According to Belfiore's post, "the next version of Microsoft Edge is ready for everyday use". The key reason behind this is because fundamentally, the beta build is far more stable, secure and free of bugs in comparison to its alpha release in both Canary and Dev circles. In fact, to make security matters more assured for users, .Major updates to the Edge beta will be introduced every six weeks, while any security irregularities will see patch releases as per urgency.

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