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Microsoft confirms plans to use open source Chromium to develop Edge

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Just a couple of days ago, news crept out about Microsoft’s project Anaheim — a Chromium-based web browser said to be a replacement for Microsoft Edge. This understandably generated a great deal of interest… So much, in fact, that Microsoft has been compelled to speak out and confirm what its plans are. Microsoft says that it is not building a replacement for Edge, but confirms that it will be embracing Chromium in the development of the browser. It is part of the company’s increasing involvement in the open source community, and is driven by a desire to improve web compatibility… …Continue reading on BetaNews

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