Microsoft's next Edge browser with Chromium technology has been leaked online. The download links for the browser have been published on the file exchange sites and on the popular beta exchange forums. The leaked version seems to be an early copy of what Microsoft is expected to release in a public preview soon.
The new version of Edge's Microsoft is based on Chromium, and the early compilations include Chrome extension support, bookmark synchronization and some custom settings to the user interface. The Verge had an exclusive early browser view recently, and it works well in Windows 10. However, some features of what you might expect from Edge are missing.
Microsoft has not yet included its function to separate the tabs, and inking has not been implemented with a stylus. A dark mode is only available through a trial mark at this time, just like Google is implementing it in Chrome. Microsoft is also working on a version of Edge for Mac, but it is not clear if it will be released at the same time as the updated version of Windows.