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Microsoft Launches Linux Browser

REDMOND: One of the big announcements for techies at Ignite Microsoft, which has been taking place this week, is that the Windows giant will release its Edge browser for Linux next month.

It will initially be available through the browser’s Dev preview channel, a sign that it is warming to Linux.

The company said that, starting in October, Microsoft Edge on Linux will be available to download on the Dev preview channel, a Microsoft Edge Insiders site, where users can download the preview channel, or from the native Linux package manager.

Initially, Microsoft will provide Edge for Linux through Debian and Ubuntu distributions, with others to follow.

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