New Chromium-Powered Microsoft Edge for Windows 10 on ARM64 Leaks Online

Jun 6
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If you have a Snapdragon powered machine running Windows 10 on ARM and you are looking forward to the new Microsoft Edge, there is some good news. Microsoft’s new Edge browser based on the Chromium engine has leaked online for Windows 10 on ARM64. The preview is now available to download (via links in the tweet).

The browser that has been leaked today is version 76.0.182.0, which is the Canary version of the x86 version, so you can be sure to be running the very latest version.

Related Is Google Blocking Microsoft’s Chromium-Based Edge Browser? Not Yet

So far every version of Microsoft’s highly awaited Chromium-based Edge has managed to leak online. Excited for the latest version? Before being brave and downloading this leaked version, be warned that this is a third party site and it isn’t the best way to get your software dose. For what it’s worth, folks at Neowin have confirmed that the “signatures on the installation file do say that it’s from Microsoft,” so there is at least that.

Relevant: Microsoft Details Features That Have Been Removed or Deprecated with W10 Version 1903

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