Microsoft is refreshing the logo for its Chromium-based Edge browser. The icon we see today is based on Internet Explorer since 1995 and now, the company seems to want to change this.

The new Microsoft logo was discovered as part of a new web surfing game hidden inside the latest version of Canary of Edge. It looks like a wave with Fluent Design style, similar to the new Office icons.

The Edge logo was revealed in the elaborate Easter Egg, where Microsoft employees posted cryptic clues including a series of puzzles and pictures. The puzzle solver must match the Edge icon in 3D because the Obj code is hidden in the image.

It all led to a series of words discovered in 7 clues, then into the Javascript function on the Microsoft Edge Insider website. This reveals the words that need to be taken from the video for a final guide to discover the new secret game and logo when completing it.

This secret game is very similar to SkiFree, a classic ski game released as part of Microsoft's Entertainment Pack 3 for Windows in 1991. You use WASD on your keyboard to navigate around, avoiding obstacles or threats from octopus tentacles and increase the speed and shield along the way.

It is unclear when Microsoft will release the official stable version of the Edge Chromium browser. The company released a beta version in August and a stable version has appeared recently. Microsoft will hold its Ignite conference in Orlando next week and offer a new logo revealing the possibility of the new browser release date.


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