Switching to Chromium Drive has allowed Microsoft to convert Microsoft Edge into a cross-platform offering as well, in addition to Windows 10, the browser is now available on Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 81, macOS and Linux
Of course, Microsoft Edge wants it to be offered to as many users as possible, and the latest version of the Apple Silicon chip showed that the Redmond-based software giant is already planning to offer its browser on devices with the M1 chip.
And this is exactly the case, since Microsoft recently confirmed that it actually works on the Microsoft Edge browser for Apple Silicon, although no details are available at the moment.
The software giant said on Twitter from its Microsoft Edge Dev account: “Le support M1 continue, stay connected”
Microsoft's announcement makes sense, especially than Google Chrome, which also uses the Chromium engine, has already appeared on Apple Silicon
Of course, there will be no difference in functionality between the current version of Microsoft Edge and the enhanced version of Apple's M1 chip, so the overall experience will be exactly the same
Meanwhile, Microsoft is also working on the stable version of Microsoft Edge for Linux devices Initial versions have already been announced, and although the software giant has yet to decide when the stable version can be released, it should be in the first months of next year.
Right now, Microsoft Edge appears as a true cross-platform browser, with dedicated versions for almost all desktop and mobile platforms
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