You Can Test Apps In Microsoft Edge With Free Windows 10 Virtual Machines

Microsoft has added Windows 10 virtual machines in its free toolkit for developers to test their sites in the Edge browser. The tools and more are available through Microsoft Edge Dev which is now officially out of Beta.

As part of the new addition of free Windows 10 virtual machines, Microsoft has automated the process used to create virtual machines to expedite the availability of future updates on Microsoft Edge Dev. The vendor will also be adding support for new formats for the virtual machines in the coming weeks including Vagrant boxes (VirtualBox) and QEMU.

The Microsoft Edge Dev page has also been cleaned up a bit with an updated FAQ page and older test drive demos being moved to the vendor’s GitHub repository.

To start testing out your site on Microsoft Edge, go to the Microsoft Edge Dev page.

[Via Microsoft Edge Dev]

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