Microsoft will release a final version of its New Chromium-based Edge browser on January 15th, and now it looks like it is considering removing the beta tag for distribution to regular users, which is in the official release phase. Windows United reported that the beta tag had disappeared on the desktops of many users who had the beta version of the browser installed.
The move suggests that Microsoft is testing the server side in preparation for the final release on January 15.
Microsoft will launch a new Chrome-based Edge browser early next year, replacing all Windows 10 users who use The Edge HTML today.
However, while replaced, older browsers do not disappear and can continue to be used and supported for updates, especially for enterprise users, and administrators can set rules to prevent new browsers from being deployed into their schemas, or can define both old and new browsers to run at the same time.