Microsoft announces the beta version of its browser Edge for Linux desktop and mobile platforms so you can test your preferred settings.
The latest release supports Ubuntu, Debian, OpenSUSE, and Fedora distributions.
You may download the DEB and RPM files for Microsoft Edge in the insider channels available in the below-supported versions.
And also, you can install Microsoft Edge via command lines in your terminal.
To install the Microsoft Edge follow this commands.
sudo apt update sudo apt install microsoft-edge-dev
After the installation, I notice that it looks like Chrome with Microsoft Edge thing on the top but for normal usage, it works fine. The developer tools and automation features are included in the package installation as well. But this doesn’t include the signing into Microsoft Edge account or any features which require signing in.
The Microsoft Edge is still in beta version for a developer preview build on Linux distributions.
Hmm well, I’m curious…, any reactions from the community as Microsoft continues to embrace the open-source?
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