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Earlier we have reported that Microsoft is planning to separate its Edge Browser from the Operating System bundle and update it via Windows Store. This news has been denied by the Redmond Giant yesterday at the Build 2017 Conference.

The company while announcing the next major update to Windows 10 arriving later this year is introducing a number of new feature and wide range of cross platform capabilities confirmed that unbundling of the Edge Browser from Windows 10 is not on its Current roadmap.

This was confirmed by one of the members of the Edge team who stated that the company has no plans to unbundle the Edge Browser but he also had not fully denied the idea by stating “But never say never”.

This would mean that though currently the company is not planning to separate the Edge browser from the Operating System but there are possibilities that the Unbundling could happen after or with the Official Rollout of the Windows 10 Fall Out Creators Update coming at the end of this year.

We will however be keeping a watch at the development of things related to Edge and will be updating this article as and when we have more info on the plans for Edge Browser by the Company.

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