H Microsoft finally started the release of -based on Edge- Chromium browser on Windows 10, as promised! The browser was released earlier this year, as an standalone application, which most users have already installed.
However, as we all know, Edge Chromium was intended to replace Legacy Edge and become the default browser for Windows 10. The result will be that you see the new Edge logo in places like "Start Menu", the "taskbar", The abbreviations, the"Pins" and other.
That is, in essence, Microsoft will eradicate all traces of the Chromium ancestor from everywhere. This includes Settings applications, dialog boxes, and other applications, while if you try to open the old browser you will be automatically transferred to Edge Chromium.
This also means that you cannot remove the Edge Chromium browser from your computers, as it will now be an integral part of the Windows 10 operating system.
The new browser will be installed automatically, and when it is completed you will see the page «First Run Experience»Immediately after the next restart of your computer. The best part is that all browsing history, bookmarks and codes, which you saved in Edge, will sync automatically with Chromium.
Superficially, Microsoft Chromium may just look like another skin, but it comes with a lot of changes and new ones possibilities. One of them is that works with account Microsoft, instead of Google, and provides an easier way installation PWAs on your computer.
While Internet Explorer and the older Edge received more criticism than positive comments, the opposite seems to be happening for Chromium.. The credit goes to upgraded performance its, and the ability to support a variety of browser extensions.
In addition to Windows 10, Chromium will also be available Windows 7, 8.2, Android, MacOS and iOS, but you will have to do the installation yourself as it is not done automatically. In order to be able to install it on your computers, through Windows Update, you will need to use the versions 1803, 1809, 1903And 1909.
Microsoft has confirmed in the past that it will continue to support Edge in Windows 7 until July 2021.