On January 15, 2020, as the Microsoft Edge, you will die and be replaced with: the browser will use the same base for the Chrome, and you will have a new icon that resembles Internet Explorer. The installation will be performed automatically on a pc running Windows 10, but Microsoft has a locking tool to stop it.
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The tool is called the Blocker Toolkit, it is designed “for organizations that want to block the automatic installation of the Microsoft Edge (Chromium-based) machines in environments where automatic updating is turned on,” says Microsoft.
This can be useful for companies with web-based systems rely on the engine to render EdgeHTML), included in the Microsoft’s Edge in the old one. It has been replaced by Chromium in the next version of the browser, and to increase the support of the majority of the sites (all of which are designed for the Chrome).
Microsoft does not prevent a user from installing any new Edge
Is it possible to download the Blocker Toolkit, and check out the instructions at this link. Microsoft reminds you that it doesn’t prevent the user from having to install the new Edge, but it just hangs at the setup is automatic. In addition to this, it only works on computers that are running Windows Windows Windows Windows Windows To 10 April 2018 Update) (version 1803) or later.
You will not need to use the Blocker Toolkit from the companies that are using a content management system for updates as the SCCM (System Center Configuration Manager); in this case, it is possible to control the installations from the Windows Update site, including the all-new Edge.
The Microsoft Edge at the bottom of the Chrome will arrive in the stable release in the next month, with support for over 90 languages, protection from tracking on the web, and the way that Internet Explorer for business. You can already test the beta, dev and canary on Windows 10, Windows 7, Windows 8.1, Windows Server, and mac os. There are also apps for the iPhone, iPad and Android devices.
Information: Bleeping Computer.