Three years ago, while Microsoft was releasing Windows 10 for PC, a new browser called Microsoft Edge was launched. Although Microsoft Edge has provided users with good and efficient features over the past three years, it has never been able to compete with the likes of Google Chrome and Firefox.
However, it seems that Microsoft has decided to return to the competition by offering a new browser. According to Windows Central, Microsoft is working on a new browser based on chromium coding, the same text-driven engine that browsers such as Google Chrome, Amazon Silk, Opera and Brave use to power and render.
Microsoft's new project is now known as the "Anaheim" code, some of which was recently seen in code added by Microsoft developers to the Chrome project. But at the same time, some speculate that there is no new browser, and that Microsoft only intends to make a compatible version of Google Chrome for devices with an ARM processor for proper running on Windows 10.
Windows Central predicts that Microsoft's new project is likely to be released in the first half of next year. However, everything is speculative at the moment, and Microsoft has not yet commented on the rumors.Source