Microsoft's first Edge, launched with Windows 10, is based on the company's own browser engine, EdgeHTML infrastructure. Microsoft, which initially developed this engine by investing in the EdgeHTML infrastructure, has decided to stop the engine in recent years. Instead, the company has announced that it will now continue with the Chromium-based Edge.
However, Microsoft announced that as of March 9, 2021, it will not release any security updates for the first version of the Edge browser . But the company's blow to Edge does not seem to end with that. After April 13, the first Edge will be removed from Windows computers, officially blending into the dusty pages of history. So what should those who have not already installed the new Microsoft Edge do?
According to the statement, Microsoft will automatically install the browser on the computers of those who do not install the Chromium-based Edge browser. So whether you are using the new Edge or using the old one, you won't feel any change in your life. Before you know it, Microsoft installed the new Edge on your computer; it will remove the old Edge.
How can we install the new Microsoft Edge app before April 13?If you want, you can install the new Edge on your computer anytime before April 13th. To do this, just follow the steps mentioned below:
- First, click the link here on your computer.
- Click the "Try now" button on the page that opens.
- Download the installation file of one of the versions available for your computer.
- Start the installation by double-clicking the downloaded setup file.