Microsoft has actually exposed that its new Edge Chromium internet browser is set to introduce on January 15th.
The upgraded browser will be readily available on Windows 10, Windows 7, Windows 8, and macOS in 90 languages.
For those seeking to get an early taste, a beta variation can be downloaded from Microsoft.
Microsoft released an initial beta version of the brand-new Edge back in August, assuring a host of new tools and updates for users as it aims to claw back market share from Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox.
The company debuted a brand-new logo design for Edge a couple of days earlier as a teaser for the release, with the image hidden behind a series of puzzles and clues published to the web by Microsoft staff members.
The new and enhanced Edge has been constructed from the ground up-- utilizing the very same Chromium foundation as Google Chrome-- to be more interesting both end users and web designers.
It will come with sync support throughout Windows, macOS, iOS, and Android, meaning you'll be able to rollover your passwords, web history, favorites, and personal settings.
Microsoft has also included a new tracking avoidance default in Edge, indicating users shouldn't be concerned about who is seeing their information online. Already present in both Firefox and Chrome, the new function is on by default, significantly enhancing user personal privacy, with a brand-new InPrivate mode also permitting online searches and browsing to not be credited to you.