Windows 10 news recap: Chromium-based Microsoft Edge to ship by default on Windows 10 in future, Skip Ahead ring comes to an end, and more

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Welcome back to our Windows 10 news recap, where we go over the top stories of the past week in the world of Microsoft’s flagship operating system.

Surface Pro X is Microsoft’s most repairable tablet ever according to iFixit

According to iFixIt, the Surface Pro X is Microsoft’s most repairable tablet ever, a strong accolade to hold when it’s generally quite difficult to repair devices yourself in this day and age.

Surface Pro X

Microsoft’s Chromium-based browser has a new icon that frees it from Edge and Internet Explorer’s past

Microsoft’s new Edge browser has received a new icon to differentiate it from Internet Explorer.

Microsoft Edge new logo

New Chromium-based Edge will start shipping with Windows 10 once the stable version is out

Once the stable version of Chromium-based Microsoft Edge is out, Windows 10 will begin shipping with the new Edge by default.

Microsoft ends Skip Ahead Ring for Windows Insiders beginning with Windows 10 build 19018

The Windows Insider program is going back to more simple times, as Microsoft is ending the Skip Ahead ring. The change starts from Windows 10 build 19018.

That’s it for this week. We’ll be back next week with more Windows 10 news!