Microsoft’s new Chromium-based browser has recently had its second public stable release, unveiling Edge 80 with full ARM64 support as well as improved tools to help you build and work with web content. Like earlier versions of the now legacy Edge, Microsoft’s new browser keeps the familiar F12 shortcut to launch its developer tools, either attached to the browser or in a separate pane.
A cross-platform developer experience
With the new Edge available on Windows 7 and macOS, and with a Linux version under development, there’s access to the same development tools on different platforms. You get the same inspectors, debuggers, and consoles, so it’s easy to run the same tests wherever you are working, and on whatever OS you’re using. A developer familiar with Edge on Windows should be able to switch to a Mac to test code without having to wait for a Mac developer to help.