Microsoft has officially announced plans to make major fundamental changes to its popular Microsoft Edge browser . The world's software giant plans to rebuild Edge based on Chromium, the game's web rendering engine used by Google Chrome. With this, Edge can easily be available for all other operating systems such as Windows 7, Windows 8 and even Mac.
In the meantime, however, the image of Microsoft Edge will not change. This browser will appear in Windows with the same style and context as before. But the main changes take place behind the scenes of the browser, and from now on the websites will run with less complexity.
The main reason for these changes on the part of Microsoft may be that Edge is currently behind Chrome by a wide margin. Most web developers use the Chrome browser, and Microsoft is looking to attract more people, and maybe a quick solution to rebuild the Edge browser based on Chromium.
On the other hand, Microsoft has made significant improvements to Edge that were only available in the latest original version of its operating system, Windows 10. But now many people and companies are still using Windows 7 and Windows 8 and are unable to use the Edge browser.
Now, with the help of Chromium, Microsoft can offer Edge separately for all operating systems, and is completely separate from the operating system, thinking about improving and updating it. On the other hand, Microsoft is well aware that most web designers use the Mac operating system. So logging in to this operating system can also be one of the best ways to evaluate this browser.
Microsoft's main goal is to improve the performance of its browser, as well as increase the quality of Chrome usage for Windows users.Source