The long-awaited Chromium Edge browser for Linux, Microsoft is already planning. Just before the project is established, Microsoft may need the help of a large number of Linux users. Recently, the company is seeking advice on a customized version of its Microsoft Edge browser based on the Chromium kernel. If you wish to urge the company to implement it as soon as possible, please also actively participate in the survey recently launched.
Thanks to the migration of the kernel to the open-source Chromium, the Microsoft Edge team has also accelerated the pace of pushing its web browser products across platforms, including competitor platforms such as macOS and Linux. Although a preview version for macOS has been released, the Linux version of the Edge browser is still silent. Although the development team said they have considered launching such a project sometime in the future. The good news is that Microsoft Edge development team member Sean Larkin has just released the latest developments on Twitter, but only needs Linux enthusiasts to actively participate in a survey they initiated.
🚨🔥We on the @MSEdgeDev team are fleshing out requirements to bring Edge to Linux, and we need your help w/ some assumptions!🚨🔥
If you're a dev who depends on Linux for dev, testing, personal browsing, _please_take a second to fill out this survey! 📝https://t.co/PCerGONmCG
— Sean Larkin (廖肖恩) (@TheLarkInn) September 26, 2019
Interested friends can carefully fill out suggestions to help the development team think about how to build the Edge browser for Linux.