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  • "Credge" coming to Windows 7

    Posted on Alex5723 Comment on the AskWoody Lounge
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      • #2000568 Reply
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        So “Credge” will come to Windows 7 too.
        But as Windows 7 EOLed at Jan. 14, 2020 and “Credge” will be released a day later at Jan. 15 2020 will the every EOLed Windows 7 get it, or, only Windows 7 on extended support ?

      • #2000615 Reply
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        I think Windows 7 users will be able to download and install it even after EOL, as they can the Beta right now;

        But I can’t find any positive announcement to that effect (even among various Ignite sessions).

      • #2000739 Reply

        Edge Chromium (or “Credge”) 79.0 is already in the “stable” channel as I’m running it on a Win7 machine. I’m not waiting around for MS to “announce” the official release of “Credge” as it seems stable to me

        ask abbodi86 where to get the full “offline” installer for Edge Chromium as I hate having to download a stub EXE file and having it download the full installer afterwards

        • This reply was modified 10 months, 3 weeks ago by EP.
      • #2000890 Reply
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        Microsoft’s new Edge will ship without ARM64 support, history sync, and extension sync. You also won’t find the new browser for Xbox One or HoloLens..

        • This reply was modified 10 months, 3 weeks ago by Alex5723.
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