Microsoft provided a beta version of the Microsoft Edge browser to Linux users in October 2020. The main choices are the Beta version and the Canary version. Microsoft is not yet ready to provide the official version for Linux users.
However, it seems that Microsoft has completed the test. According to a report by Naked Security, the Microsoft Edge for Linux marked as Stable has appeared in the Yum repository of the Microsoft Edge browser. Its version is 95.0.1020.40 and the package provided is in rpm format for Fedora users.
It should not be long before Microsoft will announce that Microsoft Edge for Linux has completed the test. Next, Linux users can switch to the stable version channel. The stable version channel change frequency is relatively low and the stability is better. The Beta and Canary channel change frequency is higher. Although you can get new features faster, it also means you may encounter some strange bugs.