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Chromium Edge is located in some Windows 10 Sandbox

ChromiumAs has been known in recent days, the microsoft introduces the refreshed Edge browser, based on Google's Chromium.

According to some information, the latest version of Windows, 18865, contains the 75.0.111.0 version of the Edge browser within Windows sandbox.

For those who do not know, Windows Sandbox is a very basic element as it allows you to run programs, download files, and visit web pages in a virtual environment that is isolated from your computer. So if there is something suspicious, for example, a file that contains some malware, your computer is not at risk of being infected.

However, this version is not available in Sandbox for all users at this time. It seems that it will initially be used by some testers.

Edge browser found hidden in Sandbox from a German site, deskmodder.de. However, it is not yet clear whether Germany has been designated as the country that will test it first. Most likely, this is a coincidence.

To see if you've been selected as a Edge / Chromium tester, you need to check if you have the Microsoft Edge icon on your desktop. If you have it and it's transparent, then you have the Edge / Chromium. If not, you should expect to be released for everyone.

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