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    Microsoft just rolled out a beta version of its Edge browser to Linux.

    What you need to know

    [LIST][*]Microsoft Edge Beta is now available for Linux.[*]Edge Beta is available as both a Debian / Ubuntu package and as a Fedora / openSUSE package.[*]You'll receive major updates every six weeks if you download Edge Beta.[/LIST]
    Microsoft Edge for Linux has slowly made its way through different levels of testing by Microsoft. Edge Dev has been available for Linux for some time, and it recently gained the ability to sync passwords and favorites. Now, you can grab Edge Beta for Linux.

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    05-04-2021 12:42 PM

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