Well, kinda new. Apparently Microsoft has decided that if you can't beat 'em, become them.MS's Edge browser has now been "Chromed" - at least in beta form. According to MS, you can run old Edge and new beta Edge without conflict in case anyone is actually using old Edge.I've run beta Edge about a week now without any anomalies. It just works and seems quite fast - just like Chrome. In fact it's hard to discern any substantive differences.Beta Edge even allows downloading extensions from the Google store.No, Ccleaner doesn't "clean" it yet (as far as I know), (unlike Chrome), so for now, it has to be done manually. https://blogs.windows.com/windowsexperience/2019/08/20/introducing-microsoft-edge-beta-be-one-of-the-first-to-try-it-now/Jim.
The first Edge based on chromium(non beta) is supposed to be released on the 15th of this month. I have been using the beta for a couple of months now.
> you can run old Edge and new beta Edge without conflict> in case anyone is actually using old EdgeThough Chrome Edge will entirely, irreversibly replace MS Edge (I suppose on release).(If I'm recalling...I believe Edge allow you to have a title bar.When quitting Edge, it remembers multiple windows (& on reopen, reopens those, if you have that setting set, where Chrome would only remember the last window?Edge seemed to have a better layout of its' Preferences...In any case, Firefox, for all that is wrong with it/Mozilla, cough, cough, is still more configurable, compared to Chrome.)