Microsoft Edge to Receive Major Stable Updates Every Four WeeksSoftpedia News Bogdan Popa
Microsoft has released Edge version 94 to the stable channel, and this moment marks the migration from a 6-week release cycle cadence to a 4-week model on all platforms.
In other words, Microsoft will release major new stable updates for Microsoft Edge every four weeks, a change that Google itself has also embraced for Google Chrome.
“For most users, this means receiving and enjoying our latest browser innovations on a more frequent basis. Organizations though might experience this change differently due to the complexities of testing, deployment, and maintenance,” Microsoft explains.
But very important to know, however, is that Microsoft is also introducing a so-called Extended Stable option that would allow users and IT administrators to install a stable version of Microsoft Edge that would be updated every 8 weeks.
“This means there isn’t a new browser application to deploy to use the “Extended Stable” release option—organizations can just select the release c… (read more)
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