You will feel happy to make preview builds from the Microsoft Edge Canary channel available on Windows 7, Windows 8, and Windows 8.1. It was the initial set of platforms the company started to roll out back in April. Developers and users alike can try out the next version of Microsoft Edge on every major desktop platform. They can now visit the Microsoft Edge Insider site using their Windows 7, 8, or 8.1 devices in order to download and install the preview. The Microsoft Edge Dev channel will be coming to previous versions of Windows very soon. Users will find the experience and feature set on previous versions of Windows to be largely the same as on Windows 10.
The main objective of the company to deliver the next version of Microsoft Edge to all supported versions of Windows is to enhance the web browsing experience for its customers on every device. It would empower developers to build great experiences with less fragmentation. Microsoft Edge will have the same always up-to-date platform and the same developer tools on all supported versions of Windows and Mac-OS. It would decrease developer pain on the web, while ensuring all Windows customers have the latest browsing options.
The feedback from developers and users is an important step to help the company in making a better browser. The company considers it necessary to create the best possible browsing experience. If anyone finds run or have feedback issues, please use the “Send Feedback” tool in Microsoft Edge. Just click the smiley face next to the Menu button. It would enable company to know what you like or if there’s something to improve. The first Canary builds do have a few known issues, including the lack of dark mode support and no support for AAD sign-in, which the company is working to resolve soon. If you need help or support, press F1 from within Microsoft Edge Canary or Dev to visit company’s support website.