In 2019, Microsoft announced that it was dropping its own browser engine, EdgeHTML, in favor of Chromium.
On April 13, Microsoft will make two changes to your computer whether it uses the May 2020 update or earlier
This is why Microsoft wants to get rid of the EdgeHTML versions of the browser, so on April 13, an update will be delivered that deletes this old version and at the same time installs the latest version of Edge, ie the one that runs on Chromium.
We announced the transition to Chromium already in December 2018. As we wrote at the time:
"The Edge browser has not seen large numbers of users since it debuted as a replacement for Internet Explorer in 2015 with the introduction of Windows 10. It should be said that the browser was created from scratch with a new engine called EdgeHTML, but the problems in the initial phase scared users away from an otherwise fairly fast and secure browser. ”
The following versions of Windows 10 will get new Edge installed in the form of an update: