Facing trouble in updating Microsoft Edge on your computer?
In this guide, I will talk about a simple procedure for updating Edge on Windows, Mac, and Linux devices. Users need to read the added instructions carefully, to understand how it’s done.
Microsoft Edge is considered the fastest web browser, available for Windows 11 / 10.
On Mac, it’s the second priority, because of the good performance provided by the Safari browser.
Still, Mac users prefer to use it, thanks to its chromium support and data sync facility.
So in case you are facing trouble with updating the Edge browser on your system, read the following section.
How Do I Update Microsoft Edge on Computer?
Time needed: 2 minutes.
On Windows & Mac devices, you are required to perform the same procedure to update Microsoft Edge. But in Linux-based OS, you need to perform a slightly different method. So I’ll be sharing two different methods to be implied on Windows/Mac and Linux computers.
- Update Microsoft Edge on Windows & Mac
The interface of Microsoft Edge remains the same on Windows and Mac OS, the same procedure can be implied to update the browser.
a. After launching Edge, click on the three-dotted menu icon.
b. Select Settings from Edge’s context menu.
c. Click on About Microsoft Edge from the left pane.
d. Edge will start looking for a pending update.
e. It’ll ask you to relaunch the browser, once it has been updated.
- Update Microsoft Edge on Linux
Linux users need to be patient and perform a slightly different procedure to update Edge on their computers. Here’s what they need to do:
a. Press Ctrl + Alt + T keys to launch the Terminal.
b. Execute the following commands one by one:
$ Sudo apt update
$ Sudo apt install microsoft-edge-stable
c. Once the commands are executed, Edge and all the repositories will be updated on your Linux system.
By navigating to the About Edge section, available within the browser’s settings, you can view the currently installed browser version. Else, check out our guide to learn about this process in detail.
You can either reinstall the Edge browser on your system, by uninstalling and then installing the latest version of Edge. Or, update the browser from the edge://settings/help page.
Yes, it’s totally fine to use Edge on your Mac device. The browser never becomes unresponsive on Mac, and even provides better performance as compared to Windows.