Microsoft Edge Chromium Stable Branch is updated with build

The stable Edge Chromium branch has received a new update. It looks like this branch shares the updates with the Beta channel. As of now, Edge build is available both in the Beta and Stable branches.

Windows 10 Microsoft Edge Stable

The stable channel of Edge Chromium was first discovered on July 30, 2019. At that moment, the installer was just a stub, which was not able to deliver anything to the end user. This time, it installs version

Interested users can grab the build here:

Microsoft Edge Stable Channel

As you may notice from the screenshot above, this build doesn't have the 'feedback smiley' button in the toolbar. Tip: You can get rid of that button in pre-release versions of Edge Chromium by following the steps here:

Remove Feedback Smiley Button in Microsoft Edge

The release is built on the Chromium engine version 77, which is a version ahead of the current stable Google Chrome browser. The actual pre-release versions of Edge Chromium at the moment of this writing are as follows:

I have covered many Edge tricks and features in the following post:

Hands-on with the new Chromium-based Microsoft Edge

Also, see the following updates.

2 thoughts on “Microsoft Edge Chromium Stable Branch is updated with build

  1. John Fisher

    Checked my version of Edge Beta and it is


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