In Mar. 2023, the Edge Browser will be transitioned from Microsoft’s PDF engine to Adobe’s PDF engine.
Screenshot shows the Configure IE mode for Edge Browser Tool; organizations may need to use IE mode, as IE support on Windows ended on June 15, 2022.
Illustration shows a screen shot of Local Group Policy Snap-in with Edge's mandatory and optional policies.
Organizations can begin centrally managing the new Edge browser.
Chart shows tools that can centrally manage Edge on Windows 10.
Edge legacy, a browser originally part of Windows 10 but subsequently replaced by the chromium-based new Edge browser, will leave support in Mar. 2021.
The Edge browser that is based on the open source Chromium project will be a required component of future Windows 10 versions.
Windows 10 version 20H2 became generally available in Oct. 2020.
The Chromium-based Edge is becoming the dominant Microsoft-supported browser for Windows 10.
Screen shot shows Edge on Windows 10 offering a strong password.