Microsoft Edge Browser to Launch WhatsApp Web Version Soon

Microsoft Edge Browser is going to introduce WhatsApp Web Version for its users. Those who use Windows 10 default edge internet Browser will soon be able to access WhatsApp Web version. Earlier there was a rumor about this support coming to Microsoft Internet Explorer for the past few months. But now it has been confirmed as the upgraded internet browser Edge is accessible from Microsoft Windows 10. Also user who has upgraded their Windows 7, 8 and 8.1 to Windows 10 can use the WhatsApp online version from it.

Microsoft Edge Browser to Launch WhatsApp Web Version Soon for Windows 10 Users

Initially, this messenger was only available on mobile phones. However, after users kept demanding a PC version be rolled out, the company instead rolled out a Web version. When WhatsApp introduced its Web version, it was only available on one platform – Google Chrome. Which means if any person wants to use WhatsApp Web on PCs, they have to first install Google Chrome. But later it was also introduced for Firefox and Opera.

With this latest updated Internet Edge browsers with the extension will allow users to make instant WhatsApp chatting and files sharing straight from their internet explorer. As this was not possible before, because the older versions of IE provided till the last release of Microsoft Windows 8.1 does not have compatibility with lots of extension and online content including WhatsApp web support. Moreover, now millions of WhatsApp users will be able to post best WhatsApp status on their profiles directly from Microsoft Edge Internet browser.

Even though it is unclear when this feature will be released, what is clear is that with WhatsApp available via the Edge browser, making calls and sending messages will now be much easier than before.

Also Read: WhatsApp Updates Bring Notifications, Data Usage and Interface changes

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Onsa Mustafa

Onsa is a Software Engineer and a tech blogger who focuses on providing the latest information regarding the innovations happening in the IT world. She likes reading, photography, travelling and exploring nature.
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