Microsoft is making its Edge browser with Chromium available on both Windows 7 and Windows 8 for testing today. The release comes two months after Chromium Edge first debuted on Windows 10 and a month later appeared on macOS. Microsoft initially publishes daily Canary builds and plans to release the weekly Dev channel & # 39; soon & # 39; to support. You can download the installation program to Microsoft's Edge Insider site.
"You will find that the experience and functions of earlier versions of Windows are largely the same as those on Windows 10, including the upcoming support for Internet Explorer mode for our business customers," Microsoft explains Edge team blog post. Although most functions are the same, dark mode is missing and Microsoft says there is no support for AAD login.
Microsoft is still testing its Chromium Edge browser in Windows 10, macOS and now in older versions of Windows, and it is still unclear when the company will launch it more widely. Edge Chromium includes an IE mode for companies and a new collection feature designed for web users to more easily collect text, images, and information from the Internet in a note.