Microsoft Comes With Edge Browser for Linux
Microsoft has a Linux version ready of its Edge browser. A beta version of the software would be released next month.
The Linux version of Edge was already announced last year. It is a Linux version of the Chromium Edge browser. It is no longer based on its own Internet Explorer technology, but on Chromium, software that Google also uses in its Chrome browser.
Linux users will be able to download the Edge browser from Microsoft Edge Insider starting next month to try it out.
What the browser will look like is not entirely clear. Microsoft previously released its own versions of Chromium Edge for Windows and macOS.
It seems unlikely that the Linux version would deviate significantly from this.
Microsoft has been in conflict with Linux for years, especially with its creator Linus Torvalds. In recent years, nevertheless, the company has been more optimistic about open-source software.