Microsoft continues to develop the new browser application Microsoft Edge based on Chromium. But no one expected us to see the stable build so soon.
Officially, only the latest three editions of Microsoft Edge are available right now, with Canary being updated daily, while the Dev version brings new enhancements every week. Build Beta offers updates every six weeks.
Microsoft has so far said nothing about the fixed release of Microsoft Edge and has not announced a possible release date.
But he announced it TechDows, a Google search for the term “Microsoft Edge stable”Leads users to the official download for free link to the fixed version of Microsoft Edge stored on Microsoft servers. The news is not yet included on the Microsoft Edge Insider program page.
Clicking on the first Google result will start downloading the supposedly fixed version of Microsoft Edge. The application will be downloaded and installed correctly, while the browser version is 78.0.276.19. Everything seems to be running smoothly and checking for updates seems to work well, without any error.
Chromium-based Edge is expected to replace the current Edge version of Windows 10 with the release of the 20H1 feature update. This update is expected to be released in the spring of 2020 - according to Microsoft's timetable.
We are still waiting for the official release for Edge based on Chromium, and it looks like it won't be long.