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Microsoft working on Chromium-powered browser to replace Edge

It is expected that the browser may go live as early as the first half of 2019.

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Dec 04, 2018, 07.23 PM IST
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WASHINGTON [UNITED STATES]: Microsoft tried hard to make everyone adopt its Edge browser but Google’s Chrome continued to rule. Now, the company is reportedly looking at introducing a brand-new browser.

The said browser will be built on Chromium, the same open source base behind the current favorite Chrome, and others including Amazon Silk and Opera, Engadget reported.

The rumoured code name for the project is Anaheim. It is expected that the browser may go live as early as the first half of the year.

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