Selenium.WebDriver.MSEdgeDriver.win32 122.0.2365.59

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dotnet add package Selenium.WebDriver.MSEdgeDriver.win32 --version 122.0.2365.59
NuGet\Install-Package Selenium.WebDriver.MSEdgeDriver.win32 -Version 122.0.2365.59
This command is intended to be used within the Package Manager Console in Visual Studio, as it uses the NuGet module's version of Install-Package.
<PackageReference Include="Selenium.WebDriver.MSEdgeDriver.win32" Version="122.0.2365.59" />
For projects that support PackageReference, copy this XML node into the project file to reference the package.
paket add Selenium.WebDriver.MSEdgeDriver.win32 --version 122.0.2365.59
#r "nuget: Selenium.WebDriver.MSEdgeDriver.win32, 122.0.2365.59"
#r directive can be used in F# Interactive and Polyglot Notebooks. Copy this into the interactive tool or source code of the script to reference the package.
// Install Selenium.WebDriver.MSEdgeDriver.win32 as a Cake Addin
#addin nuget:?package=Selenium.WebDriver.MSEdgeDriver.win32&version=122.0.2365.59

// Install Selenium.WebDriver.MSEdgeDriver.win32 as a Cake Tool
#tool nuget:?package=Selenium.WebDriver.MSEdgeDriver.win32&version=122.0.2365.59

DISCLAIMER: Maybe this package is not for you

From v4.0, Selenium has Selenium Manager (

Selenium Manager is a command-line tool implemented in Rust that provides automated driver and browser management for Selenium. Selenium bindings use this tool by default, so you do not need to download it or add anything to your code or do anything else to use it

Install the NuGet Package

Install-Package Selenium.WebDriver.MSEdgeDriver
dotnet add package Selenium.WebDriver.MSEdgeDriver

Getting started

var edgeOptions = new EdgeOptions
    UseChromium = true
var edgeDriverService = EdgeDriverService.CreateChromiumService();

For more information, see

Create the NuGet package

getPackage.bat <version>

For example, to automatically download the Microsoft Edge Driver and create the NuGet package '.\dist\Selenium.WebDriver.MSEdgeDriver.84.0.522.49.nupkg':

getPackage.bat 84.0.522.49


Most the process is automated, but I still need to check MS Edge Driver's page and execute the batch file manually. I am trying to do this once a month. If you would like to have faster releases, please contact me to become a contributor.

Cross-platform building and publishing

Edge driver developers normally releases versions with win32, win64, mac and linux binaries, but sometimes they decide to release one version with just linux, or just mac and windows binaries. The automated process can only make nuget packages of full releases.

How to include the driver file into published files?

"msedgedriver(.exe)" isn't included in published files on default configuration. This behavior is by design and follows design. For more info reffer to guides at

To include published files, define PublishMsEdgeDriver property with value is "true" in MSBuild file (.csproj, .vbproj, etc...) to publish the driver file instead of define compilation symbol.

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