Microsoft's Inspire 2019 partner conference is next week, and the firm has announced that its Chromium-based Edge browser is now ready for enterprise testing. The company said that the browser should now have the features that businesses need.
The features that Microsoft noted are IE mode, group policies and MDM, offline deployment packages, Application Guard, and PDF support. Some of those, such as IE Mode, were only introduced to testers within the last few days. IE Mode was originally announced at Build 2019 in May, as a way to launch Internet Explorer-only websites within the Edge browser.
Moreover, Microsoft says that the documentation that businesses need is available. This includes information about deploying and configuring the Chromium-based browser.
Obviously, businesses will want to do a substantial amount of testing before deploying the new Edge browser broadly, and especially if they're already using the current Edge browser. Naturally, Microsoft wants to get a head start, being that the browser isn't even available in the Beta branch yet.
If you want to check out Chromium-based Edge, you can find it here.