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(Pocket-lint) - Microsoft announced its new Edge browser was coming to MacOS at Build 2019, and shortly after, download links for the preview appeared online.

A Twitter user spotted Microsoft download links to both the daily Canary builds and the weekly Dev builds of Edge for Mac. But now, the company is officially allowing Mac users to download the preview version. It is supporting the daily Canary builds of Edge for Mac on MacOS 10.12 and above. It said the weekly Dev channel builds will be available “soon” and can be run side by side.

The MacOS version of the new Chromium-powered Edge is expected to bring support for Mac keyboard shortcuts, tabs with rounded corners, and support for the Touch Bar with features like media controls and the ability to switch tabs. Some of the browser's features are not currently available, such as those new privacy control and the new Collections feature announced at Build 2019.

The Verge said those should be added later for "the Windows and MacOS builds".

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How to get Microsoft Edge for Mac

Daily Canary build

You can download the official preview of Edge for Mac over at Microsoft’s site:

Weekly Dev build

Remember, the Canary build will be updated daily, while the Dev build will be updated weekly. If you’re a Mac user who is anxious to try Edge for Mac using the Dev channel build release, you can download the leaked version of the preview using the link below.

Remember, be sure to exercise caution when downloading or testing builds of software that hasn't been officially released to all consumers.

Writing by Maggie Tillman.