Microsoft officially launched the Edge browser for Chromium kernel two weeks ago This means that after abandoning browsers such as IE and self-researched kernel Edge, Microsoft has switched to the open source Chromium kernel directly in front of Chrome. But Microsoft still has something of its own on Edge, and security is the key to improvement.
Microsoft is reportedly developing new security features for Chromium's Edge browser, which can automatically block advertising and potentially harmful applications, including browser toolbars, extensions, ads that can't be shut down and other types of applications.
At present, this function is still under test. You need to download the beta version of chromium version of edge browser to use it. You can use theMicrosoft insider websiteDownload the latest version of Chromium's edge browser.
The new Edge browser supports seven platforms: Windows 10, Windows 8.1, Windows 8, Windows 7, MacOS, iOS, and Android. The Windows 10 installation package is only 2.2MB (need to be downloaded later) and the MacOS installation package is 133MB.