Windows 7 And Windows 8 Users Can Now Get The Chromium Edge
It has been known for quite some time that Microsoft was starting to utilize some aspects of Google's Chrome to help bolster its own newest Edge browser. What we're seeing now appears to indicate that this course of action may well be perceived by Microsoft as being successful. The Edge browser had a rough beginning, not enabling addons which other browsers did and really scaring people away from it. The symptoms which had plagued Microsoft's Edge browser have, for the most part, been resolved or at least mitigated and making Chromium Edge available to Windows 7 and Windows 8 users is an interesting move by Microsoft. Perhaps the idea is to let people have a little taste of what would be in store when moving to Windows 10 or just "showing off" the way Chromium Edge looks and feels.