Microsoft pauses new Edge browser versions due to COVID-19
With most employees now working from home, Microsoft has announced that it has paused the releases of new major versions of the Edge browser including version 81, citing the ongoing "global circumstances" surrounding the coronavirus outbreak.
Due to the COVID-19 coronavirus outbreak, most system administrators are most likely busy handling the security of employees taking care of their families in these tough times.
Microsoft said it does not want to put an extra strain on system administrators and other IT staff personnel by releasing a new Edge version at this particular time, zdnet reported on Saturday.
Meanwhile, Microsoft Edge will continue to receive security updates, but that the "stable" Edge 81 version that comes with deprecations and breaking changes has been delayed until things go back to normal.
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