Introducing EdgeHTML 14

Earlier this week, the Windows 10 Anniversary Update began rolling out to over 350 million Windows 10 devices. With this release, we’re proud to introduce EdgeHTML 14, the third and most significant update to the Microsoft Edge web platform since our initial release just one year ago.
Developers can start testing EdgeHTML 14 today by updating their Windows 10 device or downloading a free virtual machine from Microsoft Edge Dev.

EdgeHTML 14 raises the bar across every component of the browser, introducing a new extension platform, a class-leading focus on accessibility and inclusive design, and doubling down on fundamentals like efficiency, security and performance. It also represents another leap forward in compatibility and interoperability with the modern web, making it more painless than ever for developers to code and test for Windows customers.
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