Microsoft officially launched a new Edge browser based on the Chromium core in January. This new Edge browser still includes many advantages of the previous UWP version of Edge, such as a super smooth scrolling experience. Unfortunately, the new official Edge browser does not support the ARM64 platform, which is considered by many to be the focus of future Windows development.
All of us are happy that Microsoft launched the beta version of the Edge browser based on Chromium 80 core the day after the official release, and this version supports the ARM64 platform.
Finally, Microsoft officially launched today a stable version of the browser that supports the ARM64 platform and is based on the Chromium 80 core. Microsoft has also launched a stable browser based on Chromium 80 core for Windows and Mac users. Because this version supports the ARM64 platform, Microsoft’s own Surface Pro X can finally use the native Edge browser based on Chromium core.