The Edge browser is available not only for Windows but also for Linux. Provides ready-made packages for Microsoft installation.
The first thing to do is download the compatible installation package from Microsoft to Ubuntu. To do this, launch your favorite browser, such as Firefox, the standard Ubuntu browser. Enter the URL of the address Official download page And press Enter.
Now click on the big button at the top of the page Download for Linux. An context menu opens with several options, two of which are for Linux. Select the input Linux (.deb), This package is compatible with all Debian based distributions, including Ubuntu. The second option offered, Linux (.rpm), On the other hand, is designed for distributions that depend on RPM Package Manager (formerly Red Hat Package Manager).
Before you can begin downloading, you must comply with the Microsoft Edge License Terms by clicking the button Accept and download Click. In the Firefox dialog box that appears by default, select Save the file And click OK.
Once the download is successful, you can close Firefox or any other browser you use. You can find the downloaded Edge package by default in your download directory. To get there, launch Nautilus File Manager via the shortcut in the Start menu (Launcher) on the left side of the work surface. After entering the tool, go to the directory using the sidebar Downloads.
Now double click on the saved file with the extension deb. Another window opens, click on the Install button. Since the Microsoft Edge repository has not yet been added to the list of authorized software resources, you will need to authenticate yourself with the password in the following dialog before setting up.
Once the installation is complete, you can go to the Edge browser. To do this, switch to apps via the grid icon in the dash (left sidebar). Then type in the search box Margin Or Microsoft Edge And click on the icon displayed in the browser.
ProductsThis trick works with Ubuntu 21.10. The process may differ from other versions. (Advertising)
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