Months after its initial release, Microsoft brings the new Chromium-based Edge browser to all Windows 10 via a Windows Update.
According to a support document Windows computers, all computers running Windows 10 version 1803 and later will receive an update that includes the fast and redesigned Edge browser.
If you are running Windows 1803, 1809, 1903, 1909 or 2004, you should see a new Windows Update for your PC today or tomorrow. The update affects all Windows users except those running Enterprise Edition. Users, if they want it, will have to download it manually.
Edge based on our Chromium came online in January, but users have so far had to download it, manually, from Microsoft website. Since then, the browser has seen some significant improvements, such as compatibility with Chrome extensions, a built-in web translator, and crapware exclusion.
Microsoft continues to work with Google to improve the Edge browser, even though the new Edge is already a serious alternative to Chrome or Firefox.
To date, the Edge versions are as follows: