The good news, however, is that the installation shows that we are close to the moment Microsoft previews its Chromium-based Edge browser, which was widely expected to be built in May.DevelopmentIt will be announced at the conference, or earlier.
Microsoft announced at the end of 2018 that it would give up using EdgeHTML for Microsoft Edge（WindowsThe native browser in 10) and migrated to Chromium, an engine that supports the more popular Google browser.
The company promised to retain the look and use of Microsoft Edge in the new version, although it was clear that some functions would disappear. According to Microsoft's announcement last year, a preview version of the new Edge browser is scheduled to be released in early 2019.
The preview version of Microsoft Edge is only available for Windows 10, but Microsoft plans to migrate to Chromium and release browsers on other platforms, including not only older versions of Windows, such as Windows 7, but also non-Windows operating systems, such as MacOS and Linux.