Started by Corrine, April 08, 2019, 09:49:13 PM
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QuoteIn December, we announced our intention to adopt the Chromium open source project in the development of Microsoft Edge on the desktop. Our goal is to work with the larger Chromium open source community to create better web compatibility for our customers and less fragmentation of the web for all web developers.Today we're embarking on the next step in this journey – our first Canary and Developer builds are ready for download on Windows 10 PCs. Canary builds are preview builds that will be updated daily, while Developer builds are preview builds that will be updated weekly. Beta builds will come online in the future. Support for Mac and all supported versions of Windows will also come over time.
QuoteThe first Dev channel update is live! Be sure to update your browser to the latest version (184.108.40.206) and check out the latest news on our welcome page.
QuoteUpdate 6/4/19: In addition to the Canary Channel we released last week, you can now download the Dev channel for macOS from the Microsoft Edge Insider website. This release enables dark mode, which makes your tabs, address bar, toolbar, menus, and other elements use dark colors if you have your macOS theme set to "Dark Mode." We'll expand dark mode in the coming weeks to include other parts of Microsoft Edge, such as settings and management pages. Check it out, and let us know your thoughts using the "Send feedback" smiley, the Microsoft Edge Insider forums, or by reaching out on Twitter.
QuoteWe have decided not to publish a Developer channel update today, 7/2/2019. Thursday, 7/4 is a national holiday in the US and all Microsoft offices will be closed. We intend to update the Developer channel as normal on 7/9/2019.