Back in 2015, Microsoft officially announced Edge which replaced the infamous Internet Explorer. Codenamed Project Spartan, Microsoft Edge is fast and fluid browser bundled with Windows 10. The deep integration with Core Microsoft services like Cortana distinguishes Microsoft Edge from other browsers like Chrome and Firefox.

Even with some great features, the odds don’t favor Edge as Windows 10 users continue on relying more on 3rd party browsers. But Microsoft is set to change that with rumors floating around about an Insider Program dedicated to the development of Edge browser.

It all started with Microsoft asking the Bing Insiders to fill a survey and on the basis of the survey, Microsoft might announce Edge Insider Program. Now, Microsoft watcher Nawzil Najeeb hinted that Microsoft might be planning to launch a new program after all.

Our sources also confirmed the same and Microsoft might be launching this new program in October. Also, the program will be invite based which means not everyone can join it. This is probably done to make sure only people who genuinely can help are invited to join.

We would like to start a Microsoft Edge Insiders program where members have exclusive access to members of the Edge team and early looks at features before the broad public.


We still don’t know how everything is supposed to pan out so we’ll just have to wait and see what Microsoft has in store for us.

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