San Francisco:  Microsoft has quite recently uncovered another Edge program logo that appears to be fairly unique from Internet Explorer, yet has a ton of closeness with Mozilla Firefox.

The new Edge logo, which resembles a wave, was found as a major aspect of a fortune/easter egg chase game from Microsoft. It is probably going to go live once it’s delivered to open.

Microsoft propelled Chromium-based Edge beta for Windows 10, 7, 8/8.1 and macOS in August. Be that as it may, it isn’t known when the last form of the Edge Chromium program will be out.

Microsoft is holding its Ignite gathering in Orlando one week from now, and given the new logo uncover, it is likely the organization will declare a discharge date very soon, The Verge revealed.

Microsoft has propelled a Bug Bounty Program for Chromium Edge in which the organization has welcomed digital security specialists from over the world to recognize vulnerabilities in the Chromium Edge program, with remunerations extending from $1,000 to $30,000, as indicated by a report in Digital Trends in August.



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