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Microsoft Edge for Linux gets an official beta release – Techradar

Edge for Linux still lacks several important features compared to the Windows and macOS variants

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After spending over six months in the Dev channel, Microsoft has graduated Edge for Linux
to the Beta channel. 
Linux builds
of the new Chromium-based Edge started popping up in October 2020 with support for a number of the most popular Linux distros
including Ubuntu
, Debian
, Fedora and openSUSE. 
Together with its existing releases for macOS and Windows, Edge joined the ranks of mainstream web browsers
such as Google Chrome
and Mozilla Firefox
to service all three major operating systems.

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