If you still have Windows 7 on your PC and want to use the Edge browser there is a piece of good news for you. Microsoft has confirmed in its updated official documentation that it will support Chromium Edge on Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2 until July 15, 2021.
We will continue to support Microsoft Edge on Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2 until July 15, 2021. These operating systems are out of support and Microsoft recommends you move to a supported operating system such as Windows 10. While Microsoft Edge helps keep you more secure on the web, your PC may still be vulnerable to security risks.
But if you want to use the Edge IE mode on these operating systems you need to have the extended security updates for Windows 7.
In order for IE mode to be supported on these operating systems the devices will need to have the Extended Security Updates for Windows 7. Without the Windows 7 Extended Security updates Internet Explorer functionality will be vulnerable to security risks. Additionally, IE mode functionality may cease to work without the continued servicing through the extended security updates.
Microsoft has already ended the official support for Windows 7 in January but even Google has promised to support its Chrome browser on Windows 7 until July 2021.