Earlier this week it was rumored that Microsoft might be replacing EdgeHTML with the Chromium rendering engine. Today, the company announced plans to do that, as well as to bring Edge to more platforms, including macOS.
As announced in the Windows Blog, Microsoft plans to "adopt the Chromium open source project in the development of Microsoft Edge on the desktop", which means that it will continue to develop Edge, not replace it, using the Chromium rendering engine
Microsoft continues to say that, in turn, it will become "a significant contributor to the Chromium project." Highlighted in our original publication, this will be excellent for all who develop Chromium-based browsers, because as Microsoft innovates and builds on this platform, sharing progress.
Beyond this, the new version of Edge will hit Windows 7 and 8 (not just 10), as well as other platforms, such as macOS. if many Mac users will make a switch from Safari to Edge, but the options are always welcome in any case, they are also working on an arm build.
If you are of the tip or who likes to take a look at the beta versions of the software before it reaches the masses, there is also a privileged information program for the Edge browser. If you are interested in taking a look at the new version of Edge with Chromium technology, this is where you will find it.
Source howtogeek com