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    Microsoft just launched the first version of the new Edge browser for Linux, which means you can also use it on a Chromebook. Because, why not?
    Now that Microsoft has finally released Edge for Linux, albeit in preview, the three traditional major desktop platforms are all covered.
    But with Linux comes Chrome OS, thanks to its built-in container for running Linux applications right on a Chromebook. Which also means, as odd as it may sound, you can now install and use Microsoft Edge on your Google Chromebook. Here's how.

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    10-23-2020 06:11 AM

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