Google isn’t blocking Microsoft’s new Edge browser

Microsoft is changing its Edge browser to the Chromium engine, which means improved web compatibility for the default browser in Windows 10. This should mean that all Google services work well with the new version of Edge, but beta testers previously discovered this The week Google Google, the Google business messaging service, stopped working suddenly. Google Meet users were greeted with a message to download Chrome or Firefox, which raised fears that Google services might not work well with Microsoft's new Edge browser. However, reality is different.

"We believe that the increased adoption of Chromium and WebRTC is positive for the entire Unified Communications industry," explains a Google spokesperson in a statement to The Verge. "With the recent release of Edge developer previews, we are delighted to be able to offer a new Hangouts Meet preview experience, and we plan to provide official support once it is generally available."

We understand that Google does not "t have a block list for Google Meet, instead of a list of permissions, and that Google should support Meet in the new version of Edge very soon. Microsoft initially worked before switching to a new user agent chain, and Google Meet stopped working There may have been genuine fears about Chrome-only sites just a year ago, but it seems that concerns about Google blocking the new Edge are just fears, for now.

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