Microsoft mirrors Google move, shelves Edge upgrades

Microsoft mirrors Google move, shelves Edge upgrades




Microsoft last week followed Google’s lead, telling customers that it was suspending releases of its Edge browser.

Citing “current global circumstances” rather than outright naming the COVID-19 pandemic and its upturning of, well, virtually everything, Microsoft said it would not upgrade the current Edge 80 to the next version, Edge 81.

“As the situation evolves,” Microsoft said, it will inform customers of other changes, and presumably when it will resume Edge refreshes, through the Microsoft Edge Dev account on Twitter.

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