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The AchieVer posted a topic in Guides & TutorialsHere’s how you can get Dark Mode on Chromium-based Microsoft Edge Last night Microsoft released the first build of Chromium-based Microsoft Edge for Windows 10 users. The first build focuses more on the overall stability of the browser than on the features. The new Edge still misses out on many features including the support for Dark Mode. However, users can enable Dark Mode using Flags. The current flag allows users to set the th
The AchieVer posted a topic in Software NewsChromium-Based Microsoft Edge Could Use Two Different Engines Microsoft hasn’t yet released the highly-anticipated Chromium-based Microsoft Edge browser preview, but a leaked version that’s now available for download allows us to get a taste of what’s to come from the software giant in the browser world. And by the looks of things, what the Redmond-based software giant plans to do is implement support for two different engines in its new browser. So in addition to Chromium, the upcoming overhaul of Microsoft Edge could also support MSHTML, the engine that powered
The AchieVer posted a topic in Software NewsMicrosoft could bring some of Windows 10’s Fluent elements to Chromium Microsoft has successfully migrated Edge from EdgeHTML to Chromium. Microsoft is now trying to bring some of the classic Edge features to Chromium, one of the priorities could be to implement Fluent Design in the Chromium-based browsers. Today, we discovered a few commits by a Microsoft engineer that aims to bring Fluent Style to some elements of Chromium browsers. The project is work in progress
The AchieVer posted a topic in Software NewsGoogle denies blocking its app Meet on Chromium-based Microsoft Edge Google’s Chrome web browser has established a strong market dominance over other web browser and more and more developers are optimizing their websites for Chrome. Microsoft recently switched Edge’s backend to Chromium and many hoped this could improve overall compatibility with websites. The preview builds of Microsoft’s Chromium-based Edge are already available for the testers, but not everything