New Microsoft Edge
New Microsoft Edge
New Microsoft Edge

The new Microsoft Edge is here!

The new Microsoft Edge is here and now available to download on all supported versions of Windows, macOS, iOS and Android. Get it today!

Microsoft Edge Extensions
Microsoft Edge Extensions
Microsoft Edge Extensions

Develop extensions for Microsoft Edge

It’s built on Chromium and provides the best-in-class extension and web compatibility. View our resources to learn how to begin and get your extensions on to the Microsoft Edge Add-ons website.

Microsoft Edge Insider
Microsoft Edge Insider
Microsoft Edge Insider

Become a Microsoft Edge Insider

Want to see what we’re working on next? Check out the Microsoft Edge Insider channels to try the latest features and improvements in development. Download now and join our community. We look forward to your feedback and ideas!

Web Platform

  • Extensions

    Elevate the browsing experience by customizing it with extensions.

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  • PWA

    Enhance existing websites with native app-like experiences.

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  • Tools

    Debug and automate the browser using powerful tools for web developers.

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  • Webview2

    Embed web content (HTML, CSS, JavaScript) in your native applications.

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What's New

Reducing distractions with quiet notification requests

Beginning with Microsoft Edge 84, we’re introducing support for a new notification request experience called quiet notification requests.

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Introducing the Storage Access API

Today, we’re excited to announce the “first-look” rollout of the Storage Access API in our Canary and Dev channels

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Microsoft Edge: What’s New for Web Developers

Hear the latest updates on Microsoft Edge & Chromium for developers including DevTools, PWAs, new platform features, and more.

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Easier browser debugging with Developer Tools integration in Visual Studio Code

Microsoft Edge Team

If you're debugging JavaScript in Visual Studio Code you probably have used either the Chrome Debugger or the Microsoft Edge Debugger extension. Neither are necessary any longer to debug as JavaScript debugging is now built-in to Visual Studio Code. This does not only mean that you can uninstall these extensions, but we also made debugging more convenient.

How to opt-in to the Extended Stable release cycle option beginning with Microsoft Edge 94

Microsoft Edge Team

In March, we announced that Microsoft Edge would be moving from a 6-week to a 4-week release cycle cadence to deliver more innovation to users and organizations, faster. For most users, this means receiving and enjoying our latest browser innovations on a more frequent basis. Organizations though might experience this change differently due to the complexities of testing, deployment, and maintenance. To more effectively serve organizations who may want a longer timeline, we will offer a new 8-week “Extended Stable” release cycle option (configurable by Group Policy) in addition to the regular 4-week “Stable” release cycle which will be the default beginning with Microsoft Edge 94.

Dark Mode for HTML Form Controls

Microsoft Edge Team

If you build a web application, chances are good that you’ve received user requests for dark mode support in the past couple of years. While some users may simply prefer the aesthetics of dark UI, others may find that dark mode helps ease eye strain or helps reduce screen brightness at night.

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Developer Resources

Tools, references, guides and more

Discover the tools that will help you to build better web. Scan your site with WebHint, check the accesibility of our site with Microsoft Accesibility Tool Extensions or download a sample of WebView2 SDK.