Maybe downloading and using Microsoft Edge is not in the forefront of Linux consumer’s minds, but it is at least something that they could currently do. Microsoft is bringing a Beta version of Edge onto the niche operating system, also you can download it now.
Microsoft’s Quest for Edge on Linux
As spotted by Windows Central, Microsoft has attracted the Microsoft Edge Beta onto Linux distros. If you use Debian or Ubuntu, you can download Edge as a .deb record; otherwise, if you use Fedora or openSUSE, you could catch the .rpm instead.
Whether this news sounds familiar, it is because Microsoft previously released a dev version of Edge onto Linux back in 2020. But now Linux users may grab a more upgraded a stable Beta variant since Microsoft paves the way in a stable release.
Ready or Not, Here Comes Microsoft Edge
Linux users may not be so enthused about downloading Microsoft Edge onto their computers, but the Redmond tech giant is now making it easy to do this if they wish to. You can now catch a more stable release of Edge on Linux while Microsoft operates on a proper release.
If you can not think of any navigate you would use less than Edge, it’s well worth noting that the browser has come leaps and bounds in the space of a year. As an example, the browser has lots of cool hidden features it is possible to utilize that makes browsing the web much simpler.
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