Microsoft today makes its Chromium-based edge browser available for testing on Windows 7 and Windows 8. It will be released two months after the debut of Chromium Edge on Windows 10 and one month after its release on macOS. Microsoft initially publishes the daily Canarian builds and plans to support the weekly Dev channel "soon." You can download the installer from the Microsoft Edge Insider Web site.
"You can find the experience and features in earlier versions of Windows This also includes the upcoming support of Internet Explorer mode for our enterprise customers," explains a blog post by the Microsoft Edge team. Although most features are identical, the dark mode is missing, and Microsoft states that AAD login is not supported.
Edge Chromium will include a corporate enterprise mode and a new collection feature designed for web users to collect plain text, images, and information from the web into a note. We took a closer look at the new Microsoft Edge earlier this year.