Microsoft Edge browser has had a few issues lately, but Microsoft is now making significant efforts to improve it. Unfortunately, the company’s inability to release browser updates separately from semi-annual OS updates resulted in a series of limitations. These improvements take more time to reach users.
Microsoft is currently working to accelerate development
It is good news to know that Microsoft is searching and working on ways to speed up Edge’s development and is considering creating an Edge Insider Program as well.
The Edge Insider Program would be able to push out more frequent updates to Insiders that would be separated from updates that are targeted at the operating system. Such a thing would also allow Windows users who prefer to remain on a stable version of Windows to still be able to take part in the development of the Microsoft Edge browser without having to upgrade their operating system.
The news was included in a survey of Bing Insiders
Microsoft included the news regarding the improvements for the Edge browser, in a survey of Bing Insiders. The company was stating in the survey that it learned the fact that more heavy users of Bing are also Microsoft Edge users for over 50 weeks. The company is asking them to help the development of the browser and to make the Edge experience much better with improved features.
Whether this program will become a reality or not is not something that we know for sure right now, so we can’t tell you yet what it’s going to happen. On the other hand, rumors surfaced hinting that there might be a mid-October release date. We’ll just have to wait and see, and meanwhile, we can take Microsoft’s own word that it’s working to fix all issues related to the Edge browser.
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