The new chromium-based Microsoft Edge browser starts to rolling out to all Windows 10 users via windows update. Microsoft confirms that the rollout for Windows 10 versions 1903, and 1909 builds will be pre-loaded with the new browser. Even though the browser was initially rolled out in January, users had to download and install it manually on their devices.
New Edge is compatible with Chrome extensions and capable of syncing extensions. Can set rules when clearing cookies. This means if you want to stay logged in for certain websites, it allows the cookie to remain on your computer even after the browser is closed.
If you were using the old Edge browser, you don’t need to worry about your details, as it will be automatically synced to the new one. You can view all the improvement list from here.
They are also planning to bring vertical tabs and a new sidebar search feature and many more in the future.