Microsoft Edge Dev channel now available for enterprise testing

Microsoft Edge logo on Start menu
Microsoft Edge logo on Start menu (Image credit: Windows Central)

What you need to know

  • The Microsoft Edge Dev channel is now ready for enterprise testing.
  • IT pros can start piloting and deploying the in-development browser now.
  • Microsoft has released support documentation for deployment and configuration.

Microsoft is gradually iterating on its new Chroium-based version of the Edge browser, but the focus has largely been on testing builds for the general public thus far. However, today, Microsoft announced that the Microsoft Edge Dev channel is now ready for enterprises to start testing.

Enterprises can begin trialing and piloting the Microsoft Edge Dev channel starting today. The Dev channel for enterprise will allow companies to test out features like IE mode, group policies, Application Guard, and more. Crucially, Microsoft will receive important feedback from the group that will arguably decide this new version of Edge's success.

Along with its enterprise readiness, Microsoft has also released documentation for deploying and configuring the browser, and support channels are now available. You can learn more about Edge and the enterprise at the Edge Insider website.

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4 Comments
  • Edgium is on the verge of taking the enterprise world by tsunami!
  • The Edge inside link you have posted does not work. https://www.microsoftedgeinsider.com/enterprise is producing an error page at the moment.
  • Finally we can get rid of Spywares like Chrome. Thank you Microsoft!
  • So, IE as a separate tab is working in Edge now?