Microsoft is making its Chromium-compatible Edge browser available on both Windows 7 and Windows 8 for testing purposes. The release comes two months after Chromium Edge first debuted on Windows 10and a month later appeared on macOS. Microsoft is initially publishing the daily versions of Canary and plans to support the weekly development channel "soon". You can download the installation program at the following address: Microsoft Edge Insider Site.
"You will find that the experience and functionality of previous versions of Windows are substantially the same as those of Windows 10, including the upcoming support of Internet Explorer mode for our enterprise customers," Microsoft says. Blog article from the Edge team. Although most of the features are the same, the dark mode is missing and Microsoft says the AAD connection is not supported.
Microsoft is still testing its Chromium Edge browser on Windows 10, macOS, and now older versions of Windows, and we still do not know when the company will start publishing it more widely. Edge will be available for Windows 7, despite the fact that Microsoft is considering to end the support of the operating system next January.
Edge Chromium will be include an IE mode for businessesand a new Collections feature designed for web users to easily gather text, images, and Internet information into a note. We had a take a closer look at the new Microsoft Edge earlier this year.