During patching this week (July 15-17), we will be pushing out a new version of Microsoft’s native Edge browser to CAT supported Windows 10 desktops. While there may not be a large community of users intentionally using Edge, it is often the default browser on Windows 10 that runs when many applications need to display a website.
This update represents a significant change to the internals of Edge and users running the new version for the first time may be confronted with prompts for various choices. You can choose to skip over these choices or change the settings to customize your use of Edge. You are not required to set up anything or log into any accounts during this process. It is all optional.