The ‘old’ Microsoft Edge is about to disappear from Windows 10

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its time for windows 10 users to say goodbye to the old microsoft edge as Microsoft plans to remove it from Windows computers on April 13. According to Engadget, it took Microsoft about a decade to get people to leave Internet Explorer to switch to Edge.

However, it is believed that the company plans to discontinue the browser on April 13 by releasing a monthly security patch to remove the old version of Edge from Windows 10 computers and install the Edge version. based on chrome.

The version of Edge that Microsoft is uninstalling comes with Windows 10. It uses the company’s own EdgeHTML rendering engine. In 2019, the company announced it was rebuilding the browser from scratch to take advantage of the Chromium software from Google.

In June of last year, Microsoft started rolling out Windows updates. Two months later, Microsoft announced it would not release any additional security updates for Legacy Edge after 9.3.2021.If the Chromium-based version of Edge is installed on your computer, the update will only remove the old version. So people who have switched to a different browser will not notice the change.

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