Edge launched with Windows 10 but is seeing a massive overhaul in the upcoming months, as it switches from its original build to ones powered by Google's Chromium engine, which should bring quicker updates and better compatibility.
During the "State of the Browser" session at its Ignite 2019 conference in Orlando, Florida, Microsoft announced that its Chromium-based Edge browser will hit the stable channel on January 15 for Windows and macOS.
Microsoft is taking a more Chrome-like approach to releasing its new browser. Even the switch to Edge kept that "e" logo.
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Microsoft's Edge Browser now runs on Google's open-source Chromium engine. When you use this privacy tool to browse the web and search with Bing while InPrivate, your search history and personally identifiable data will not be saved nor be associated back to you.
You can read all about the new features and goals for Edge and Bing over at Microsoft's blog via the link below. You can turn it down to "basic" to only block those malicious trackers.