The new Edge is based on the same engine as Google Chrome, and Microsoft is one of the largest contributors to Chromium.
So Microsoft Edge stable would thus receive big updates every month, while a newly-announced Extended Stable channel would be updated every 8 weeks.
“To help our enterprise customers looking for an extended timeline to manage updates, Microsoft Edge will offer an Extended Stable option aligned to a longer, 8-week major release cycle; if this option is not selected, the 4-week cadence will be the default experience,” Microsoft explains in an announcement this week.
“Enterprise customers opting for the Extended Stable option will still get all the great innovation and security from t… (read more)
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