The Chromium-based Microsoft Edge browser is now available for download, and since the stable version has finally shipped, Microsoft can now focus on improving the overall experience going forward.
One key focus for the software giant is the design of the browser, and the company says it’s closely analyzing user feedback to determine which areas need further refinement and which don’t.
In a post on the Microsoft Edge forums, Elliot Kirk, senior software development engineer at Microsoft, explains that the company has grouped the existing feedback into several categories that it will continue to monitor in the near future.
One of them concerns “the ability to add distinct color or color themes to the main browser interface,” as Kirk notes. Microsoft is expected to do more work in this regard to further enhance browser customization, in addition to Microsoft Edge already supporting themes from the Chrome Web Store.