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Jan 06, 2021 The new Microsoft Edge is based on Chromium to create better web compatibility and less fragmentation of underlying web platforms. Released January 15, 2020, it is supported on Windows, macOS, iOS, and Android. Install the new Microsoft Edge. Sep 25, 2021 To install any '.sh' or '.bash' files, you have to do 2 things: 1. Make that file (we normally call it script) executable. To do this, you open your terminal and type this command: chmod +x install.sh 2. Then run the file as:./install.sh Hope this is helpful. Let me know how it goes. Aug 24, 2021 Other WebDriver installation options Docker. If you use Docker, run the following command to download a pre-configured image with Microsoft Edge (Chromium) and Microsoft Edge Driver pre-installed.

Microsoft offers a variety of resources for web developers, including new tools and features supporting web development using Windows 10. This guide covers many of the tools available and provides a place to leave feedback toward making Windows your ideal environment to develop on for the web. For a list of APIs, see APIs for web development. For more help with getting started, see Set up your development environment on Windows 10.

WebView, DevTools, PWAs


WebView 2
Embed web content (HTML, CSS, and JavaScript) in your native applications with Microsoft Edge WebView2.Download WebView 2


Microsoft Edge DevTools
Microsoft Edge Developer Tools are a set of inspection and debugging tools built directly into the Microsoft Edge browser.To open DevTools, with Microsoft Edge in focus:

  • Right-click then Inspect
  • Select the F12 key
  • Ctrl + Shift + i


Progressive Web Apps on Windows
Progressive Web Apps (PWAs) provide your users with a native, app-like experience customized for their devices. They are websites that are progressively enhanced to function like native apps on supporting platforms.
Get started with PWAs

Microsoft Edge browser


Microsoft Edge for Developers
The new Microsoft Edge is based on Chromium to create better web compatibility and less fragmentation of underlying web platforms. Released January 15, 2020, it is supported on Windows, macOS, iOS, and Android.
Install the new Microsoft Edge


Microsoft Edge for Business
Microsoft Edge is based on Chromium and offers enterprise support. Get step-by-step guidance on how to configure and deploy the multiple channels available.
Download Microsoft Edge channel


Microsoft Edge Insider
We're building something new for Microsoft Edge every day. Learn about our recent progress and how you can get involved.Download Microsoft Edge Beta version


Microsoft Edge Support
Get help with customizing your browser, adding extensions, tracking prevention, troubleshooting, and more.Get help with Microsoft Edge

Chromium

Debugging, Testing and Accessibility


VS Code: Debugger for Microsoft Edge
Debug JavaScript code in the Microsoft Edge browser with this VS Code extension. Can also be used from ASP.NET Projects in Visual Studio.
Install VS Code- Debugger for Microsoft Edge


Virtual Machines for Testing
Test IE11 and Microsoft Edge Legacy using free Windows 10 virtual machines you download and manage locally.
Download a Virtual Machine


WebHint for Accessibility
A customizable linting tool that helps you improve your site's accessibility, speed, cross-browser compatibility, and more by checking your code for best practices and common errors.
Install VS Code extension
Install browser extension
Install CLI


WebDriver
Close the loop on your developer cycle by automating testing of your website in Microsoft Edge with Microsoft WebDriver.
Install WebDriver

Visual Studio code editors


VS Code
A lightweight source code editor with built-in support for JavaScript, TypeScript, Node.js, a rich ecosystem of extensions (C++, C#, Java, Python, PHP, Go) and runtimes (such as .NET and Unity).
Install VS Code


Visual Studio (IDE)
An integrated development environment that you can use to edit, debug, build code, and publish apps, including compilers, intellisense code completion, and many more features.
Install Visual Studio


VS Code Marketplace for Extensions
Explore the many different extensions available to customize your Visual Studio Code editor.
Install Extensions


Visual Studio Marketplace for Extensions
Explore the many different extensions available to customize your Visual Studio integrated development environment.
Install Extensions

WSL, Terminal, Package Manager, Docker Desktop


Windows Subsystem for Linux
Use your favorite Linux distribution fully integrated with Windows (no more need for dual-boot).
Install WSL


Windows Terminal
Customize your terminal environment to work with multiple command line shells.
Install Terminal


Windows Package Manager
Use the winget.exe client with your command line to install apps on Windows 10.
Install Windows Package Manager (public preview)


Docker Desktop for Windows
Create remote development containers with support from Visual Studio, VS Code, .NET, Windows Subsystem for Linux, or a variety of Azure services.
Install Docker Desktop for Windows

ASP.NET, Typescript, Xamarin


ASP.NET
A cross-platform framework for building web apps and services, Internet of Things (IoT) apps, or mobile backends with .NET and C#. Use your favorite dev tools on Windows, macOS, and Linux. Deploy to the cloud or on-premises. Run on .NET Core.
Install ASP.NET


Typescript
TypeScript extends JavaScript by adding types to the language. For example, JavaScript provides language primitives like string, number, and object, but it doesn’t check that you’ve consistently assigned these. TypeScript does.
Try in your browserInstall locally


Xamarin
Xamarin lets you build native apps for Android, iOS, and macOS using .NET code and platform-specific user interfaces. Xamarin.Forms allows you to build native apps, with shared UI code written in C# or XAML.
Install Xamarin

Open Source contributions


Open Source at Microsoft
Thousands of Microsoft engineers use, contribute to and release open source every day. Popular projects include Visual Studio Code, TypeScript, .NET, and ChakraCore.
Get involved


Windows Developer Performance Issues repo
Whether you're developing FOR Windows or ON Windows, using it as your cross-platform dev machine, we want to hear about any performance issues causing you trouble.
File a Performance Issue

Docker Install Chromium-chromedriver


Contribute to the docs
Most of the documentation sets at Microsoft are open source and hosted on GitHub. Contribute by filing issues or authoring pull requests.
Learn how

Cloud development with Azure


Azure
A complete cloud platform to host your existing apps and streamline new development. Azure services integrate everything you need to develop, test, deploy, and manage your apps.
Set up an Azure account


Azure Cognitive Services
Cloud-based services with REST APIs and client library SDKs available to help you build cognitive intelligence into your applications.
Try Cognitive Service


Learn Azure
A complete cloud platform to host your existing apps and streamline new development. Azure services integrate everything you need to develop, test, deploy, and manage your apps.
Set up an Azure account

Addtional resources


Set up your development environment on Windows 10
Get help setting up your development environment to work with Python, NodeJS, C#, C, C++, build Android apps, build Windows desktop apps, build Docker containers, run PowerShell scripts, and more.
Get started


React Native for Windows + macOS
Bring React Native support to the Windows 10 SDK and macOS 10.13 SDK. Use JavaScript to build native Windows apps for all devices supported by Windows 10 including PCs, tablets, 2-in-1s, Xbox, Mixed reality devices, etc., as well as the macOS desktop and laptop ecosystems.
Install React Native for Windows
Install React Native for macOS


Microsoft Learn courses related to web development
Microsoft Learn offers free online courses to learn a variety of new skills and discover Microsoft products and services with step-by-step guidance.
Start Learning

Transitioning between Mac and Windows

Check out our guide to transitioning between between a Mac and Windows (or Windows Subsystem for Linux) development environment.

After years people ditched or continuously hated using the proprietary Internet Explorer on Windows PC, Microsoft had a massive comeback with the introduction of Microsoft Edge on Windows 10 PCs. But even after all that, it didn’t attract a lot of customers, like the other web browsers, especially Google Chrome, which has already made its market among almost all the netizens in the last decade. So, Microsoft’s endeavour to pull its customers to use the new web browser didn’t work out as expected. So Microsoft planned something extraordinary, at least from the customer’s point of view, a couple of months ago, and it is indeed a legendary leap if you ask me.

Microsoft’s new Edge browser that is going to be built using Chromium will have a number of effects on the web, open-source community, and the way, the users will be able to surf the web. What Microsoft will actually do is, it will ditch the old proprietary rendering engines, the Chakra and EdgeHTML to switch to the open-source Blink and V8 JS rendering engines. Keeping the technical jargons apart, the switch to Blink and V8 JS will make the websites run more smoothly on the Edge browser as most web developers optimize their web pages to run flawlessly on Chrome and most Chromium-based browsers and apps like Vivaldi, Opera, Electron, etc., and not for Edge that has a tiny market share. Though there will be some other implications.

Microsoft Edge, even after adopting the Chromium’s open-source rendering engine will maintain almost the same user interface and some proprietary features that were available on Microsoft Edge. Finally, you can even run Chrome apps from the Chrome Web Store on Microsoft Edge, the method of which I will discuss at the end of this article.
So without further delay let’s get started with how you can install the Chromium-based Microsoft Edge on Windows 10 before the stable build.

Download and install Microsoft Chromium Edge

The steps to follow

Step 1: Open the following link to visit the Microsoft Edge Insider’s page. Click on the ‘Download Dev Channel’ option to download it on your computer.

Step 2: Once the download is complete, open the installer, and it should download and install the new Microsoft Edge build from the development channel automatically.

You will get the following screen while downloading and installing.

Step 3: After the download and installation process is complete, the browser should open automatically.

Now you can start surfing the web, and you will be pleased to see, not a lot of things has been changed in the user interface of the Chromium-based Microsoft Edge, which will be cool for you if you started loving Microsoft Edge for its easy and user-friendly interface it has offered so long. But a lot of changes has been done behind the scenes with an endeavour to offer you a better experience or using the web.

How to install Chrome extensions on Microsoft Edge

Uninstall Chromium

Now let’s find out the next big thing you might have been waiting for. Let’s find out how to install Chrome apps from the Chrome Web Store on Microsoft Edge.

Install Chromium Docker Mac

Step 1: Open the Chrome Web Store by following this link. You will get a notification on the top of your browser, asking you, whether you want to install extensions from other stores. Just accept it by clicking on ‘Allow extensions from other stores’.

Finally, click on ‘Allow’ to keep installing extensions from other sources.

Step 2: Now open the extension page, which you want to download and install. I have opened the ‘Honey’ extension page, which is a neat shopping app to show you discounts and offers relevant to the product that your purchasing, from an online store.

Docker Install Chromium

Step 3: Just click on ‘Add to Chrome’ to download and install the extension on your Edge browser. I wish, it said ‘Add to Edge’ instead of ‘Add to Chrome’.

All the Chrome and other extensions you will download on your Edge browser will be now available on the right side of the address bar. Just click on them to start using them whenever you feel like using them, the same way you do on Chrome.
With Chromium working behind the scenes, you can actually get the best of both worlds. You can enjoy the cool unadulterated user interface of Microsoft Edge, most users like and the power of Chromium’s Blink and V8 JS rendering engines.

But there are some points you should remember before you proceed with installing Chromium-based Microsoft Edge on your Windows computer. There are three channels presently available for you to download Chromium-based Microsoft Edge. The Beta channel that updates itself every 6 months, which isn’t still available but it can be a kind of stable version, though not completely. The Dev channel, which updates itself every week and finally the Canary channel, which updates itself every day.

Unless you are very curious to know what’s changing in Microsoft Edge every day, I will not recommend you to go for the Canary channel. But if you really want to try out Chrome, the Dev channel is the best one, but I will recommend you to move to the Beta channel, once it is available. Though it depends on whether Microsoft offers an easy switching from the Dev to the Beta channel. As it is based on the open-source Chromium, there shouldn’t be any platform limitations, and you can even use Microsoft Edge on Windows 7, though after a few days. I tried installing Microsoft Edge based on Chromium on Windows 7, and this is what I found.

On Chrome and Chromium-based web browsers, you can log in with multiple accounts to maintain different profiles on different instances of a browser, but there is a twist when it comes to Microsoft Edge based on Chromium. You can maintain different accounts, but each of them should be Microsoft accounts. You can’t log in to your Google account on Microsoft Edge, which is kind of frustrating. But I don’t think Microsoft will allow users to maintain profiles with Google accounts, as it is under Microsoft’s control.

Microsoft is finally heading towards a triumphant web browser, but how exactly it works out, is yet to be seen. But I will not recommend you to use Microsoft Edge based on Chromium as your primary browser, as it is still in the development phase. You can use it for some casual tasks like checking the social network, watching some videos, or something of that sort. Once the stable version is released, which should be, in the coming months, you can use Microsoft Edge with its full potential.

Hope the information was useful for you. Do you have anything to add? Feel free to comment the same down below.