The folks at Neowin got their hands on a few screenshots that show the redesigned Edge browser in its current form. It's obviously a work in progress, and according to the site, Microsoft is maintaining two channels—a Dev channel that is updated updated weekly, and a Canary channel that sees daily updates.
It's not clear how far into development the leaked screenshots represent. What we see is not a drastically different looking browser, though there are some notable changes. One is that Microsoft removed the options to see all of the tabs and to set aside the currently open tabs. The new Edge also gives users four layout options, including Focused, Inspirational, Informational, and Custom.
What about extensions? Those are a big part of Chrome, and Microsoft will use them as well, albeit primarily in its own extension store for Edge. While it's early, there are already numerous extensions that have been recompiled from the Chrome Web Store and ported to Microsoft's storefront. In the final build, users will install extensions through the Microsoft Store.
That will not be the only way to grab extensions, though. Microsoft has wisely chose to support Chrome extensions as currently constructed in the Chrome Web Store, though it looks like there will be a setting to enable this.