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Microsoft has announced the availability of Edge Dev for Linux. With the release, the browser is now running on all the major desktop and mobile platforms.
Starting next month, Linux users will be able to download the Microsoft Edge Dev channel for Linux from the Microsoft Edge Insider website or from the native package manager.
Some eagle-eyed users saw yesterday that Microsoft quietly teasing an unreleased version of Microsoft Edge for Linux during the day 1 of its Build 2020 developer conference yesterday.
If Microsoft embraced Linux in a pretty big way in recent years, Microsoft President Brad Smith acknowledged that the company "was on the wrong side of history" regarding the family of open-source operating systems.
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