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Canada Apple M1: Microsoft extends the availability of Edge to the Dev and Beta Channel

13:55  16 january  2021
13:55  16 january  2021 Source:   drwindows.de

Hurricanes still interested in Jets' Patrik Laine?

  Hurricanes still interested in Jets' Patrik Laine? The Jets are apparently looking for Brett Pesce and Martin Necas in return for the enigmatic sniper, though obviously trade talks can move in any direction at any time. Laine, 22, may be inconsistent, but he is also one of the best pure goal scorers in the entire NHL. In 305 career games, he has 138 goals, including a 44-goal sophomore campaign. His current contract, a two-year bridge deal signed in 2019, is due to pay him $7.5M this season and expires in the summer. He’ll still be a restricted free agent and in line for a huge raise on any sort of long-term deal, something that he appears not to want to sign with Winnipeg.

In December 2020 Microsoft announced the release of a native ARM version of Edge browser for Apple M 1 devices. With this native Edge build, users You can now download this native ARM version of Edge browser for Mac in the Canary, Dev or Beta channel . The difference between the channels

Welcome to the Microsoft Edge Insider community. If you haven’t tried Microsoft Edge on your iOS or Android device, you can install it from the Apple App Store or Google Play Store There is a new extension experience available to Microsoft Edge Insider Channels , including popular ad blocking

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Briefly noted: If you use Microsoft Edge on a device with the new M1 processor from Apple Silicon, you no longer have to use the Canary Channel. As the team behind Microsoft's web browser announced on Twitter, the versions in the Dev and Beta Channel are now available natively for corresponding devices such as the latest Mac Mini. Those interested in

can now download the corresponding version from the Edge Insider page. It is not yet known when Microsoft Edge will also appear in the stable version for Apple Silicon.

Starting today, you can download your Microsoft Edge Insider channel of choice with native macOS ARM64 support! Head to our Insider website to download Canary, Dev, or Beta to see how it runs, and let us know what you think. ???? https://t.co/GkOtE8JaCi https://t.co/4XGdzcE31d

- Microsoft Edge Dev (@MSEdgeDev) January 15, 2021

Channel 4 Reverses Decision To Renew IFC Co-Produced Matt Berry Comedy ‘Year Of The Rabbit’ .
EXCLUSIVE: Channel 4 has back-tracked on its decision to commission a second season of Victorian-era comedy crime caper Year Of The Rabbit after the coronavirus pandemic forced the British broadcaster into £150M ($205M) of content cuts. Channel 4 renewed Matt Berry’s Year Of The Rabbit in February last year, funding the Objective Media Group (OMG) show alongside AMC-owned U.S. cable network IFC. But now, OMG is on the hunt for a new partner for the comedy.

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