Microsoft Edge with Chromium is a web browser that debuted earlier this year. Then the giant from Redmond said that over time, he will begin to share it through the automatic update mechanism. However, initially it was not complete. Microsoft has now begun deploying the program through Windows Update.
Microsoft launched the Edge browser with the Chromium engine in January this year. The program, however, was optional, and anyone could decide if he wanted to download it and then install it. Initially, the application was not complete. It lacked some of the features that were available along with the updates.
Currently, Microsoft Edge based on Chromium has already been completed enough that the giant Redmond has started releasing it through Windows Update for users of older versions with dozens of releases with numbers 1803, 1809, 1903 and 1909. In the latter case, no additional files are required, but the first Three systems should be in current versions with bug fixes.
At the moment, this applies only to users of Windows 10. Of course, for older releases of Windows or macOS, automatic sharing of Microsoft Edge is not possible. With the update of Windows 10 May 2020, the company suspended the development of an older version of the browser with the EdgeHTML engine. Soon it will be completely replaced by the option with Chromium.