Microsoft Edge Web Authentication Support

Earlier this week, Microsoft announced a bunch of new features in Chromium-powered Edge browser at Build 2019 event. The company demoed Edge for macOS at the event, following which it was leaked by popular leakster Walking Cat.

Now, Edge Beta build for Windows 10 has also been leaked. Twitter user ADeltaX has shared the download links ahead of an official announcement by Microsoft, and we’ve been able to try it on one of our PCs.

Upon visiting the official website, you’ll find that Microsoft is currently testing the new browser with Edge Insiders. Windows 10 users can choose from any of the three different channels: Edge Canary, Edge Dev, and Edge Beta.

What we have here is the Edge beta and it is somewhat similar to Slow Ring in the Windows Insider program. So, users who install the beta will receive an update every 6 weeks. Even though that’s a long interval, the advantage of the beta channel is that it provides the most stable Edge build version for Insiders.

How To Download Chromium-based Edge Beta Leaked For Windows 10?

The leaked Edge beta is now available for all users running Windows 10. Click on these links to install it on your PC:

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