Microsoft follows a user-friendly strategy with new features for its web browser Edge. Microsoft Edge has been introduced with the Linux operating system.
Microsoft Edge switches to Linux system
Innovations continue to be made for Microsoft’s popular web browser Edge. Aiming to migrate its Chromium-based web browser to the Linux operating system for a long time, Microsoft finally took concrete steps.
In the official statement made by Microsoft, it was announced that the Edge will be available on Linux in October. When released with the new operating system, Microsoft Edge can be experienced with a preview on the Edge Insider site or the Linux built-in package manager.
Microsoft’s focus on web developers also has a big share behind this move. Since the vast majority of developers are using Linux, the Edge browser will switch to Linux. With this functional transition, Microsoft also aims to capture a significant user base.
With the transition, more users are aimed to switch to the Edge browser. In addition, the Internet Explorer integration in the Edge makes it much easier for IT professionals.