Microsoft reveals new Edge logo

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It's been nearly 11 months since Microsoft announced that it would rebuild its Edge browser around the open source Chromium technology Google built for Chrome. It'll be a faster, more secure and offer more website compatibility than before.

The logo looks like a wave and includes a similar Fluent Design style to the company's new Office icons. That will take place on January 15, 2020 for Windows and macOS users in over 90 languages. "As we enter the new year, we are excited to share more about how we will expand opportunities for developers, and later in the spring even more for consumers".

Today, the Release Candidate of Chromium-dependent Edge is accessible for Windows and macOS and can be downloaded below. Whether the Chromium-based Microsoft Edge will finally prove to be better than both Internet Explorer and the old Edge remains to be seen when it finally rolls out.

Business users will be happy to hear that the new Microsoft Edge also integrates with Microsoft Search, meaning the address bar along the top of the browser can also tap into their own internal network and index company files and folders as well.

Microsoft says the new Edge and Bing search will also be more secure while using InPrivate tabs.

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Microsoft is also producing Microsoft Look for in Bing (previously identified as Bing for Enterprise) available on mobile telephones, not just desktop PCs.

Whether or not it is or software program, Microsoft is obsessive about promoting productiveness. Simultaneous with the start of Chrome in 2008, Google unveiled the bulk of Chrome's code as open up resource, birthing Chromium in the procedure.

The release candidate is the final step before we get to the official, stable release of Edge.

A few weeks ago in August, Microsoft announced that its Chromium Engine-powered Edge browser is ready for a stable beta release, after testing it for several months.

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