At Build 2019, Microsoft announced it would release Internet Explorer on its Chromium Edge preview browser through a feature called IE Mode. However, after the event the company start peddling backwards. Specifically, instead of introducing it for all users as announced, Microsoft limited IE Mode to IT admins only. Microsoft seems to have had a change of heart and the IE-Mode is now back. However, it seems to be more hidden in the mix than it previously was on Chromium Edge. Also, users are likely to see a warning when they update the Edge Developer channel next week. Specifically, they will be warned that using unsupported command-line flags could cause a security risk. With its new position, you have to head to the command line and choose “Open Sites in Internet Explorer mode”. There is no longer any access to the feature from the standard Edge menu. It is worth remembering this is for the Dev channel, which is the development branch that sends out weekly updates.
Microsoft Has Brought Back IE-Mode to Chromium Edge
IE-Mode for Chromium Edge is now once again available to all users, but it is now not accessible through the normal menu path.