Microsoft has announced that Edge is now available for download on Linux. Currently available in the Edge Dev channel version of the Chromium-based Microsoft Edge browser. It currently supports Ubuntu, Debian, Fedora, and openSUSE Linux distributions. You can now download and install it from the Microsoft Edge Insider website. It will soon be available on stable edge channels.
Install Microsoft Edge for Linux on Ubuntu
Visit the following Microsoft Edge Insider website to download the latest version of Microsoft Edge included in the .deb package file for Ubuntu / Debian. Then save it in your download folder.
Open a terminal command line application (ctrl + alt + t) and navigate to your downloads folder.
Then run the following installation command:
sudo dpkg -i microsoft-edge-dev_88.0.673.0-1_amd64.deb
Here, “microsoft-edge-dev_88.0.673.0-1_amd64.deb” is the name of the downloaded file. The above command can be modified based on the filename.And finally run
sudo apt install -f
Then open it from the application menu.
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