Just after the few days of announcing some amazing new features of Chromium-based Edge browser at Build 2019 event, a series of leaks might have ruined all the company’s future plans related to the Edge browser.
The company demonstrated Edge for macOS at the event, following which the browser was leaked by popular leakster Walking Cat. And now, the Beta build of Edge for Windows 10 has also been leaked.
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The download links have been shared by a Twitter user ADeltaX before the official announcement by Microsoft. On visiting the website, you’ll see that the new browser is still in the testing phase with Edge Insiders. If you are a Windows 10 user, you can choose from any of the three different channels: Edge Canary, Edge Dev, and Edge Beta.
The Edge Beta is somewhat similar to Slow Ring in the Windows Insider program. So, if you install the beta, you will also receive an update every six weeks. I agree that’s a long interval but the main advantage of the beta channel is it provides the most stable version of Edge for Insiders.
How To Download Chromium-based Edge Beta Browser For Windows 10?
The leaked beta version of Edge browser is available for all Windows 10 users. Just follow the links given below.
x86 installation package
x64 installation package
If you are unaware, Google released the bulk of Chrome’s code as open-source after launching Chrome in 2008. Chromium is an open-source browser implementation and a base for popular browsers like Google Chrome, Opera, Vivaldi, Brave, etc.