Microsoft on Tuesday released its first-ever browser for Linux, delivering a preview of Edge on its Dev Channel that runs on the open-source OS.Edge's appearance made good on an earlier Microsoft promise that it would make it available this month. "With this release, Microsoft Edge is now available for all major desktop and mobile platforms," Kyle Pflug, a principal program manager lead in the developer experiences group, said in a post to a company blog. Edge was already available for Windows 10, Windows 8.1, Windows 7 and macOS, as well as for the Android and iOS mobile operating systems.
Microsoft is offering Edge browser preview builds for Linux, thus making the browser available for all five major desktop and mobile platforms including Windows, macOS, iOS, and Android. Microsoft on October 20 announced the availability of Microsoft Edge Dev Channel for Linux. The release supports Ubuntu, Fedora, Debian, and OpenSUSE Linux distributions. Weekly builds are planned following the typical Dev Channel cadence alongside other supported platforms.
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With the initial preview, Microsoft aims to provide a representative experience for developers who want to build and test websites and apps on Linux. The company said web platform and developer tools capabilities, including core rendering behaviors, extensions, browser DevTools, and test automation, generally should behave consistently with other Edge editions, but some end user features may not be fully enabled yet. The release supports local accounts only and does not support signing in via a Microsoft or Azure Active Directory account. A future preview will add these capabilities
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