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  1. Microsoft releases Edge Dev channel build 90.0.810.1 with resizable vertical tabs, more Microsoft today released the new v 90.0.810.1 build for Edge Dev channel users. This new build comes with the ability to resize vertical tab, PDF reader improvements and more. Highlights include: Added the ability to drag and drop links onto the vertical tabs pane to open them in a new tab. Added the ability to resize the vertical tabs pane. Added support for more in-page translation languages. Finished rolling out the new mini context m
  2. Microsoft Edge is getting a new Extensions menu in the toolbar, now available for Insiders Microsoft recently introduced a bunch of changes to the Edge browser that were aimed at improving the usability of the offering. These include the revamped favorites and history menus, a streamlined downloads UI, and more recently, the enhancements to Collections. Today, the firm announced another change coming to select Dev and Canary channel users, and this time, it relates to extensions. Users that tend to use multiple extensions might have a cluttered t
  3. Here are the features coming to the new Edge PDF reader Microsoft has been spending the last two years bringing the PDF reader in the new Chromium-based Edge up to the same standard as the PDF reader in their Edge-HTML-powered browser. The client now supports: Current features Reading and Navigation: Table of Contents enables you to view the contents of PDF files and navigate to different parts seamlessly, improving your productivity. Page view enables you to view the PDF file in a book format, with the option to view the cove
  4. Microsoft releases Edge Dev build 90.0.803.0 with minor improvements It's that time of the week again, as there's a new build of Microsoft's Edge browser out in the Dev channel. The one announced today is build 90.0.803.0. As usual, there's not a whole lot that's new, and it's all about some minor new features. We actually got the first Edge 90 build three weeks ago, so that puts us at just a few weeks away from it being released to the Beta channel (that's set for the week of March 16). The company improved latency when inking on PDFs, added Single Sign-On
  5. Microsoft Edge Dev build 90.0.796.0 is out with more improvements Today, Microsoft is releasing this week's Edge Dev build, bringing the version number to 90.0.796.0. There's not a whole lot that's new this time around. You'll now find that you can start typing to search as soon as favorites and history menus are loaded. Also, you're going to start seeing suggestions from your local history (not your synced history) when you click on the address bar. Single Sign-On is now enabled on the Mac, fixing issues with some websites. Her
  6. Microsoft Edge will adapt a scoring system for websites to prevent annoying notifications Back in July 2020, Microsoft detailed the efforts it was taking to make browser notifications less annoying in Edge. The firm enabled what it called “quiet notification requests”, a feature that automatically disabled the full-blown notification request prompts – unless the user explicitly turns it on – and replaced it with a bell icon in the address bar. It also suggested that it was working to tweak the experience based on user feedback. Today, the Redmond
  7. Microsoft Edge might finally be adding this super useful feature Widget support is coming to Edge (Image credit: Microsoft) Microsoft plans to add a number of new features including web widgets, tab search and an extension menu to its Edge browser in its next big update. While Google has long offered support for widgets in its Android mobile operating system, it appears that widget support will also be coming to Windows 10 via Microsoft Edge. At the moment, the software giant is currently
  8. Microsoft Edge is getting a Kids Mode to add ‘guardrails’ to browsing the web Custom browser themes, Bing SafeSearch, and more Illustration by Alex Castro / The Verge Microsoft is updating its Edge browser with a Kids Mode that should make browsing safer and more customizable, in a kid-friendly way. The feature is not widely available, but it’s being rolled out to Edge Insiders in Microsoft’s Canary test channel, with the feature coming to the dev channel soon after. Kids Mo
  9. Microsoft Edge 86 is out for everyone with a bunch of improvements Microsoft does publish the release schedule for its Edge browser, and Edge 86 is here right on schedule. Build 86.0.622.38 is out in the Stable channel, meaning that it's available for everyone. As usual, it's chock full of new features. For example, users can now test out sites in IE mode using the Edge UI. It's meant to be a stopgap until sites are included on the site list XML. You can also now delete downloads directly from the download manager, rather than having to leave the
  10. Microsoft Edge may soon get Google Chrome’s Search tabs feature Back in October 2020, Google Chrome introduced the new ‘Tab search’ feature that allowed users to instantly search the list of open tabs. Even though this feature was not available on Microsoft Edge, users were able to enable this feature using a command line flag. In the recent Edge build, Microsoft has now disabled the old “–enable-features=TabSearch” command line option. To enable the Tab search feature, you need to now use the “–enable-features=msTabSearch” command line flag. In
  11. Microsoft releases Edge Dev channel build 90.0.789.1 with simplified right-click menu for PDFs and more Microsoft today released the new v90.0.789.1 build for Edge Dev channel users. This new build comes with simplified right-click menu for PDFs, new management policies, and more. This build also comes with several bug fixes. Find the full change log of Edge Dev Channel build below. Added features: Added options for a simplified right-click menu for PDFs. Note that actual changes to the right-click menu are still being rolled out, so these settings may not be functi
  12. Manage browser tabs efficiently with open source TabMerger extension TabMerger is a relatively new browser extension that is available for Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome and Microsoft Edge. The extension should install fine in other Chromium-based and Firefox-based browsers as well. TabMerger's main aim is to provide users with better tab management functionality and resource management. How it compares to existing solutions such as Tabs Outliner for Chrome, OneTab, Tab Manager Plus or Tab Manager V2? Let's find out! TabMerger is a cross-browser
  13. Windows 10 April updates remove Microsoft Edge Legacy permanently Microsoft has announced today that Microsoft Edge Legacy will be permanently removed and replaced with the new Microsoft Edge after installing April’s Windows 10 Patch Tuesday security update. "To replace this out of support application, we are announcing that the new Microsoft Edge will be available as part of the Windows 10 cumulative monthly security update—otherwise referred to as the Update Tuesday (or “B”) release—on April 13, 2021," the Microsoft Edge Team said. "When you apply this upda
  14. Microsoft releases Edge Dev channel build 90.0.782.0 with improved PDF inking experience and more Microsoft today released the new v90.0.782.0 build for Edge Dev channel users. This new build comes improved PDF inking experience, improved Collections feature, and more. This build also comes with several bug fixes. Find the full change log of Edge Dev Channel build below. Added features: Improved on smoothness and latency when inking PDFs. Added the Collections item to the … menu in InPrivate windows since Collections a
  15. Microsoft Edge 89 is out in the Beta channel, letting you reset your sync data Today, Microsoft is releasing a new build of Microsoft Edge to the Beta channel, which gets new builds every six weeks or so. This one is build 89.0.774.18, so this is the first Edge 89 build in the channel; there will be minor fixes in-between now and when it's released to the Stable channel. As always, there are a bunch of new features. For one thing, you can now reset your Edge sync data in the cloud. So, if you've had any issues with settings syncing in Edge that you just can
  16. New Edge Canary build brings new UI for downloads Microsoft is readying a new UI for downloads in the Chromium-based Edge browser, and if you're an Edge Insider in the Canary channel, you can test it right now. With the latest version of the browser, you'll notice that new downloads no longer show up in a download bar at the bottom of the browser window. Instead, they'll now show up in a small pop-up just below the toolbar, which shows all the ongoing and most recent downloads. You can also choose to see more downloads to see your download history
  17. Microsoft announces improvements coming to Collections in Edge Microsoft today announced a few new improvements coming to the Collections feature in the Edge browser. The biggest change is that Collections now features a new UI, akin to the redesigned History and Favorites menu. The company also announced that there is a new experience for Downloads, something that we spotted earlier today. Just like the History, Download, and Favorites section, the Collection menu now hovers from the toolbar and does not pin to the side of the browser automatically. Those
  18. Microsoft Edge takes on Chrome and Safari with official release for Apple M1 Macs The browser finally runs natively on Apple Silicon devices (Image credit: Future) Microsoft has released a new version of its Edge browser that finally adds supports Apple Silicon-powered MacBook devices. The company first started testing the M1-optimized browser back in December, just days after recompiling its Office 365 suite to run natively on Apple’s new devices. The updated browser i
  19. Reminder: Microsoft Edge Legacy will be retired in March 2021 Microsoft maintains three different web browsers currently on its Windows 10 platform: Internet Explorer 11, the legacy Microsoft Edge browser, and the new Chromium-based Microsoft Edge browser. Support for the legacy version of Microsoft Edge ends in March 2021; Microsoft will release a last set of security patches for the web browser on the March 2021 Patch Day before support ends officially. The company introduced the legacy version of Microsoft Edge when it released its Windows 10 operating sy
  20. Microsoft publishes a more detailed roadmap for its Edge browser Microsoft has always been pretty transparent about the direction that it's taking with its Edge browser, at least compared to the Windows team. The Edge team has kept an enterprise roadmap up to date for some time, and last summer, it published a release schedule for beta and stable releases. Now, it's taking things a step further by means of a revamped 'What's Next' section on the Edge Insider website, the company announced today. There's now going to be a roadmap published there,
  21. Edge Canary gets new Favourites Search feature Microsoft has added a new Favourites search feature to Edge Canary. Previously to search your favourite needed to click the Manage Favourites button and search your favourites in the new page which opened. The update to Edge Canary 90.0.782.0 brings the ability to search your favourites directly from the favourites pop-up. Favourites Search can also be accessed by typing Control-Shift-O. The feature is also an improvement over Bookmark Search in Chrome, which opens a new pag
  22. Release Notes: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/deployedge/microsoft-edge-relnote-stable-channel Download Page: https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/edge/business/download Download x64: https://msedge.sf.dl.delivery.mp.microsoft.com/filestreamingservice/files/7b4e86db-a89d-4f34-9e12-f218b875b303/MicrosoftEdgeEnterpriseX64.msi x86: https://msedge.sf.dl.delivery.mp.microsoft.com/filestreamingservice/files/926c1460-01e2-4d22-bc7d-ab4dc85efc9c/MicrosoftEdgeEnterpriseX86.msi x64 ARM: https://msedge.sf.dl.delivery.mp.microsoft.com/filestreamingservice/files/61e91147-e484-41fe-9ed
  23. Microsoft details a couple of inking improvements made to Edge Dev and Canary builds Microsoft has announced a few new improvements coming to the inking experience on Microsoft Edge. The firm says that it has been working on enhancing the experience of using a stylus on PDFs and other areas, based on user feedback and that it aims to address issues with using not just the pen but the combination of pen and touch. The first of the improvements being made currently to the Dev and Canary channel builds is to ink strokes. The company says that it has
  24. Microsoft releases Edge Dev 89.0.774.4, the final build for version 89 As is the case every week, Microsoft has released a new Edge build for users in the Dev channel. Today’s build bumps the version up to version 89.0.774.4, which is the last build from major version 89 making it to the Dev channel. The firm is planning to promote this build to the Beta channel next week, pending any small bug-fixing updates. As for the build itself, there are a couple of new features, bringing improvements to Collections and the Read Aloud function for PDFs, along with th
  25. PWAs installed with Microsoft Edge will now let you switch profiles Microsoft has announced that you can switch profiles in progressive web apps (PWAs) that were installed using its Edge browser. Easy profile switching is something that's been available in the browser for some time, but now it's available for installed apps, and moreover, it's independent from your selection in the browser. In order to do it, you'll see the profile icon in the title bar of the app. You can click it, and then select the profile you want. A second app will
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