Microsoft is expected to unveil the new logo and new features for the Edge browser at the company's developer-focused Ignite conference which kicks off tomorrow.
Seen in the featured image above, and as reported by The Verge's Tom Warren, this new icon is shaped like a lowercase "e". Edge's new icon embraces Microsoft's fluent design principles, and brings it in line with the look of Office apps - and its swirly look also brings to mind the curls of the Firefox icon.
A new browser deserves a new logo, and Microsoft has revealed a radically refreshed bit of artwork to go alongside the Chromium-based version of Microsoft Edge. The main objective of the Microsoft Edge browser is to tap the market share on non-Windows devices and also to compete with Vivaldi and Opera.
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When Edge arrived in 2015, the browser's logo acknowledged Internet Explorer's history by using an "E" with a loop cutting through rather than around.
The change, however, was not without its fair share of criticism. That said, Microsoft has not yet announced a release version.
According to Statcounter, Google Chrome accounts for 68.91% of global internet browser market share. Edge is at a distant fourth with 4.51% share and is followed by Internet Explorer at 4.45%.