Unlike Microsoft Edge Legacy, which was originally released exclusively for Windows 10, the modern Chromium-based Edge is available for every modern and supported platform.
You can download Edge for Windows 11, 10, 8.1, 7, macOS, iOS, Android, and even for Linux. However, Edge for Linux is currently only available as a preview. Linux was the latest operating system that Microsoft added to its list of supported systems.
So it is no wonder that the fixed version of Microsoft Edge is not yet available.
If you use Linux and want to try Edge, we have some good news for you:
Microsoft will soon release the first stable release of Edge for Linux.
So if you are using Linux you can install these packages on Ubuntu, OpenSuSE, Fedora and Debian operating systems.
The inner page edge: // version reveals that Edge 95.0.1020.38 is the first official fixed version of the browser for Linux users.
Meanwhile, the official site only offers the Dev and Canary versions. As you can see from the release number, Edge Stable for Linux is based on Chromium 95, which is the latest stable release available on other platforms.
There is currently no information on when Microsoft will officially release Edge Stable for Linux, but apparently we are not far from an official announcement.
It took Microsoft a year to prepare the first stable release of Edge for Linux (the first preview released in October 2020) but now the company seems ready to promote it to the public.