In today's windows 10 build 21313 preview update, one of the most noteworthy changes is the demise of the classic edge browser. Originally known as project Spartan, this browser was provided as the default browser in the early days of windows 10, and has now been replaced by a new version based on chromium.
With the release of windows 10 insider build 21313, the classic Microsoft edge will be replaced by the new Microsoft edge. This will be the inevitable trend of windows 10 insider preview. With the new version of edge browser, users can get better performance, more privacy, higher productivity and more value when browsing.
If you want to try out the upcoming features in Microsoft edge, join the Microsoft edge insider program. Be one of the first to see new features by downloading the Microsoft edge canary, dev, or beta channels from the Microsoft edge insider website.
Microsoft also announced that in the cumulative update released on April's Patch Tuesday, it will officially remove the classic version of edge from the windows 10 system, which means that the chrome based browser will become Microsoft's only browser in the future. In other words, Microsoft will release an update to remove the old browser and install the new one. If you are already running a chrome driven browser, windows 10 devices will only get updates to delete the original edge, all of which are for smooth transition.