Instead, it's more likely that Microsoft will move away from EdgeHTML and build this new version of Edge with the open source Chromium rendering engine.
While these images are understood to only be mock-ups at the current time, Microsoft's decision to modernise the look of Windows 10 in the long term is clear.
In context: Microsoft is going on the offensive against Google now more than ever if recent findings are anything to go by.
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Now, however, we may be near the point in which Microsoft throws in the towel and switches to a browser based on Chromium, Google's open-source browser project upon which Chrome (and several other browser, like courageous or Opera) is built. When Microsoft's Sean Lyndersay, the Principal Program Mananger Lead for Edge, announced the Android and iOS browsers past year, he said the company is committed to EdgeHTML, despite its replacing it with Blink and WebKit on Android and iOS.
Since Microsoft rolled out the stable build of Windows 10 back in 2015, it started laying emphasis on its new default web browser - Microsoft Edge.
It's unclear whether a new browser from Microsoft would stick with the Edge branding, or switch to something new entirely. Honestly, we can't wait to see what Microsoft could do with the Chromium engine.
Citing anonymous sources, Windows Central reports that Redmond is forging ahead with a plan to replace or retool the Edge browser in Windows 10 with a Chromium-powered replacement. It certainly was universally more liked than Internet Explorer, with Microsoft Edge even making its way to Android and iOS. However, I do feel a little sad because I have been using Edge on one of my lower spec laptops and found it far outperformed Chrome thanks to its lower memory use. Though those commits were related to a Chrome version for ARM processor, it's possible that some of the work will end up being used in Microsoft's new, Chromium-based browser as well. Let us know in the comments!