Microsoft has made accessible the primary preview of the following model of Microsoft Edge based mostly on the Chromium engine developed by Google. The corporate made the announcement in Twitter (by way of ZDnet) and revealed construct compiled to run natively on ARM64 has entered the Canary ring, and customers can anticipate a extra steady model to look within the Developer and Beta channel within the coming weeks.
The information arrives days after a report revealed that Microsoft is planning to make the brand new model of Edge usually accessible on January 15, however with out help for units based mostly on Qualcomm ARM processors, and till now, it was unclear when the native model of the browser was going to be accessible on an non-x86 platform.
Though the corporate isn’t saying when a steady model of the browser might be accessible for the Qualcomm structure, it’s nonetheless a welcome information as Floor Professional X homeowners will a minimum of be capable of surf the web with a pre-release model of probably the most superior model of Edge.
Alongside this information, a brand new report from Neowin reveals that Microsoft can be growing an emulator to help 64-bit desktop apps on Qualcomm chips. Presently, customers can run a restricted variety of 32-bit apps based mostly on the Intel processor structure, however it’s not doable to put in 64-bit apps on the Surface Pro X, for instance.
You may download the ARM64 model of Edge within the Canary ring at this Microsoft download site.