Microsoft has finally announced it’s much-awaited Chromium-based Microsoft Edge with a new logo that the company is planning to release on January 15th, 2020. It will be available for Windows 10, Windows 7, Windows 8, and macOS.
Microsoft is also releasing a “release candidate” today which is expected to demonstrate what will be coming into the stable release in January.
What’s New in New Microsoft Edge?
The new release will include sync support for passwords, history, favorites, and settings across Windows, macOS, iOS, and Android.
It will also include Microsoft’s new built-in tracking protection, which is enabled by default.
The new Logo and new Icon, while the older logo looks more like the Internet Explorer, the new logo looks like a wave that replaces the classic blue “e” logo that the company has used for more than 20 years.
Microsoft has also added new business-focused features that will help you to type in the address bar to find co-workers, office locations, floor plans for a building, and even get definitions for company acronyms thanks to the new Microsoft Search built in the Edge which also works as an Intranet.
You can download the new release candidate version of Microsoft Edge over at the company’s Edge Insider site.