Last week, Microsoft confirmed the rejection of the EdgeHTML engine in the Edge browser in favor of Chromium. Then there was information that the preliminary assembly of the browser on the new engine will be released in early 2019. Now the software corporation has shared some details about the new browser.
According to the representative of the group of developers of the updated Edge, the browser will be able to support existing extensions created for Chrome. However, this is only an intention, not a promise, but there are no special technical obstacles, writes The Verge.
The Edge browser on the Chromium engine is scheduled to launch for all devices. Presumably, it is not only about computers and mobile phones, but also a Microsoft game console and augmented reality helmet.