(Pictured) Android Edge Beta Update: Allows Users to Sync to New/Classic Edge

Today is the last day of 2019, and we’ll be meeting us in two weeks on the official Chrome browser based on Chromium. In the newly released Edge Beta for the Android platform, which is updated every six weeks, users are allowed to choose between syncing to the new version, or the classic Edge based on EdgeHTML. This option is currently available online and can be set up by users on demand.

(Pictured) Android Edge Beta Update: Allows Users to Sync to New/Classic Edge

There are options for “The new Microsoft Edge” and “Microsoft Edge Legacy” in the sync settings, which indicate that “The new Microsoft Edge” will not be compared to Microsoft Edge Legacy in the description of the options synchronize between them. The sync option allows users to import all their favorites, passwords, and more.

Control Center has also been added to this updated Edge Beta version, which begins testing in late October, and clicking on the “…” button in the navigation bar will bring up a menu with various options. The full version of Chromium-based Edge will officially launch on the Windows platform on January 15, supporting Windows 7, Windows 8,1 and Windows 10, as well as macOS.

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