What the Microsoft Edge Progressive Rollout Means
A new version of Microsoft Edge is now available for download on all supported desktop platforms, and in addition to the new features that everyone can already try out, there’s a big change happening under the hood as well.
Starting with Microsoft Edge 83, the Redmond-based software giant uses a progressive rollout approach for the browser in the stable channel.
While the progressive rollout concept might be new for some, it’s actually easy to understand what it is and why it’s a good thing Microsoft is using it.
First and foremost, progressive rollouts means not all users are getting a new stable version of Microsoft Edge on day one. Instead of pushing the update to everyone, Microsoft is making the new version available gradually to devices across the world.
Once the rollout starts, Microsoft starts collecting feedback to determine the update reliability, and if everything works correctly, the company can advance to the next phase of the release and make the up… (read more)
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