See what’s coming up next!

The new Microsoft Edge is almost here. While we are working on the finishing touches, we invite you to check out the latest Beta and our new icon. We can’t wait to hear what you think, so download now.

Making the web a better place for everyone

Back in December, we announced our intention to adopt the Chromium open source project in the development of Microsoft Edge on the desktop to create better web compatibility for our customers, and less fragmentation of the web for all web developers. Now we're ready to show you what we've been working on, and invite you to come along on our journey.

Investing in open source

We've also started making contributions back to Chromium in areas like accessibility, touch, ARM64 and others. Our plan is to continue working in Chromium rather than creating a parallel project. We’re working directly with the teams at Google, and we're looking forward to working even more with the open source community. To learn more about our contributions, see our Microsoft Edge “Explainers” on GitHub and check out our source code release.

We're listening!

The Microsoft Edge team wants to hear from you. In December we asked visitors to this site “if you could change one thing about the web, what would it be?”. We’ve read your answers and have some thoughts to share. Head over to the Microsoft Edge Insider Forum to see what the community is saying about this and other topics.

Cross platform browsing

Microsoft Edge Insider channels are ready to be synced with your Microsoft Edge mobile app. You can install the preview builds on all supported versions of Windows or macOS, and explore syncing capabilities with the current version of the Microsoft Edge mobile app available for iOS and Android devices. We are excited to get your feedback and suggestions as we continue to improve the user and cross platform experience when using Microsoft Edge.