Microsoft has formally announced the availability of a stable build of its Edge browser for Linux distros. It is also making it easier for organizations to transition from IE11 to IE Mode in Edge.
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Microsoft's Edge browser is now available in the Beta channel for Linux users, as the company makes progress towards general availability. The Dev channel debuted on Linux back in October.
To go along with today's Dev channel update for Edge, Microsoft has announced new features for the browser, including initial support for sign-in and sync on Linux, plus simple color themes.
Microsoft says that Edge for Android and iOS will move to a common Chromium codebase, with that of the desktop version, bringing feature parity across platforms. Mobile betas are coming soon.
As promised last month, the first Edge Dev build is now available for Ubuntu, Debian, Fedora, and openSUSE distributions. It is aimed at developers and has only a few user-facing features,.