In anticipation of the official Edge premiere on January 15, Microsoft began removing the beta, confirming that we are in the final stages of developing the application.
Ο German website WU has revealed that Microsoft has begun removing the beta tag for a number of beta versions, which means that these existing Microsoft Edge installations are no longer part of the beta.
The change is gradual to users, as Microsoft will launch the new browser in a stable version on January 15 and will be launched on Windows 10 systems via Windows Update.
The Microsoft Edge will be released on Windows 7, Windows 8.1, Windows 10 and macOS. A Linux version of the browser is also possible, given the Chromium engine, but there is no version for this platform yet.
In Windows 10, the new browser will be set to the default, replacing the existing Edge version. Microsoft has not yet announced when it will completely remove the old Edge, and most likely as this version will still be compatible with the operating system for compatibility reasons.