Chromium Microsoft Edge on Its Way to Windows 10 on ARM

The new Chromium-based Microsoft Edge is slowly but surely approaching the launch date for production devices, but at the same time, Microsoft is also working on other fronts for its browser.

Right now, Microsoft Edge can be installed on Windows 7, Windows 8.1, Windows 10, and macOS, and the upcoming stable release will target these platforms exclusively. Linux support is also coming, but no ETA is available just yet.

In the meantime, Microsoft is also pushing Microsoft Edge towards ARM devices, and today the company announced the first build supporting these chipsets in the Dev channel.

“For our ARM enthusiasts, we’re bringing our native ARM64 builds to the Dev channel today! These builds have been in Canary for the last few weeks, and we’ve ironed out most of the major issues during that time. There’s still one known issue though: certain DRM video on some websites doesn’t play properly,” Microsoft <a href="https://techcommunity.microsoft.com/t5/Discussions/Dev-… (read more)
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Juniya Sankara

Juniya Sankara

I love everything to do with Microsoft Windows, and the new Windows 10 is great so far. I love to spend my time researching on how viruses and bacteria work in my personal lab. I also enjoy history and comics.