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  1. Microsoft Edge on macOS introduces native update experience in the Canary channel Microsoft Edge on macOS will soon get the same native update experience that Windows users have been enjoying since launch. The new update experience is already live in Edge Canary version 90.0.816.0 or newer, though it’s currently only available on Intel-based Macs and must be enabled via the edge://flags menu. On macOS, Microsoft Edge updates currently go through the same Microsoft AutoUpdate app that the company uses to update the non-Mac App Store versions of Office for Ma
  2. Microsoft Edge gets a new flyout menu for managing downloads Microsoft’s new strategy to re-build Edge using Chromium seems to be working as the company is now capable of adding useful new features to the browser as fast as rival companies do. The latest feature that Microsoft just added to Edge is a new flyout menu for managing downloads. The feature, however, seems to be rolling out to users in the Canary Channel. If you’re using Edge Canary, you’ll now see Downloads from the flyout menu. What this means is that you can now access all the files that you just downloade
  3. You can now test Smart Copy in Microsoft Edge Canary Smart Copy is a new feature of Microsoft's Edge web browser that is designed as an alternative to the regular copy functionality of the web browser. Smart Copy, in a nutshell, aims to provide users with advanced copy options to copy rich content and not only textual content. Take a table in HTML as an example. If you need to copy the content of the table you can do so using the built-in copy functionality. Preserving the table structure is another matter entirely, and if you need only the first three columns, you may
  4. Edge Dev and Canary builds bring support for text comments in PDFs Ever since Microsoft moved to the Chromium-based Edge browser, the firm has been slowly bringing features from legacy Edge to its new offering. These include the new web capture tool, PDF improvements such as markup options, small additions like download options, and much more. Now, another feature making its way to the Canary and Dev channel builds of the browser is support for comments in PDFs. Users can now open PDF documents in Edge and highlight portions of the PDF to add a te
  5. Microsoft Edge's newest feature? Shopping in Microsoft Edge If you have used the Canary or Dev version of the Chromium-based Microsoft Edge web browser recently, you may have noticed a new icon in the browser's address bar when opening certain sites. The message "this site has coupons" is displayed as well briefly to catch the user's attention I spotted the icon on Lenovo's German website and discovered that it is displayed on other sites with shopping context as well. I saw it on Dell's website and on Newegg, but not on Microsoft's own site, Apple's site or the main S
  6. Microsoft Edge's PDF Viewer gets side-by-side viewing option Most modern web browsers include functionality to display PDF documents; this is a handy feature as it ensures that PDF files can be viewed without the need to use third-party applications or online service. While I prefer to use a dedicated PDF viewer, Sumatra for all basic PDF documents, it is clear that many Internet users use the browser's PDF viewer when it comes to these documents. Microsoft's Chromium-based web browser is no exception to the rule. The classic version of Edge supported
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