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  1. Microsoft tests sharing Edge browsing data with Windows A web browser saves browsing data such as sites you visited, bookmarks you saved, and recent tabs to your profile on your device. Microsoft Edge going to make this data available to Windows features such as Search box and others for you to access when you enable the new Profiles setting in the Edge browser. Microsoft Edge already have some settings that gather diagnostic data to improve Edge performance and stability uses browsing history to show personalized ads show search and site suggestions
  2. Microsoft is ending support for the old non-Chromium Edge The new Edge will automatically replace it in April Support for Microsoft’s Edge browser is ending today — not the new Chromium-based one, but the original Edge that was built as a replacement for Internet Explorer 11. Microsoft now calls it Legacy Edge, and the company announced it would be discontinuing the product back in August. That day has finally come: Legacy Edge will no longer receive security updates, and anyone still using it should start the process of switching to something
  3. 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
  4. I've been using Microsoft Authenticator Beta app for a while on my Android phone, today I received an update and now the app works as a system-wide password manager (Password filler), for all websites and apps. This should work on IOS too. Links to Google play https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.azure.authenticator&hl=en_US&gl=US And App store. https://apps.apple.com/us/app/microsoft-authenticator/id983156458 (remember you have to enroll in Beta for now until this is rolled out to the public) Q: How are my pas
  5. By Kate O'Flaherty Microsoft Edge has been busy launching a barrage of new features over the last few months as it looks to beat Chrome in the browser wars. This momentum doesn’t seem to be slowing, because Edge has just launched a set of stellar new features that could be especially attractive to business users as the work from home trend continues. First up is an update to the PDF experience, with the ability to add notes to your PDFs, which is due to launch next month. This also includes a functionality that allows users to navigate through large
  6. Microsoft Edge finally lands on Linux in October Preview Microsoft Edge fror Linux version will be available next month (Image credit: Microsoft / Windows Central) The revamped version of Microsoft Edge is set to be released on Linux in October, so there really isn’t long to wait now – at least for the initial test version. Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella revealed that the preview version of Edge for Linux will be out next month and users will be able to grab the browser either from the Edge Insider website or via the native
  7. A look at Microsoft Edge 87's Sleeping Tabs feature Microsoft plans to introduce a feature called Sleeping Tabs into the company's Microsoft Edge 87 web browser.The feature is designed to reduce the browser's resource usage by unloading background tabs automatically. The feature is available as an experimental flag in the browser currently; you need Microsoft Edge 87 at least, which is currently available as a Canary channel version. A total of three experimental flags are available that enable and customize the sleep mode of the br
  8. Microsoft is working on a fix for 'Error code 6' crash on Microsoft Edge for Mac Microsoft has acknowledged an issue on Microsoft Edge for Mac that is causing the web browser to crash with 'Error code 6'. Earlier this week, users took to Microsoft Answers forum (via Techdows) to report the issue with Edge on macOS Catalina. According to users, Microsoft Edge started crashing after updating to Safari 14. The browser crashes after opening a new tab, settings, and even Edge extensions, with the error, "The page is having a problem. Try coming back to
  9. KB4576754 and KB4576753 are installing Microsoft Edge on Windows 10 version 2004 and older Last month, we reported that Microsoft is working on a cumulative update that will replace the Classic Edge with the new Chromium-based Edge. And now, the company is now doing exactly that with Windows 10 KB4576754 and KB4576753 cumulative update. KB4576754 and KB4576753 are installing the Chromium Microsoft Edge on Windows 10 version 2004, version 1909, version 1903, version 1809. Microsoft has labeled KB4576754 and KB4576753 as quality updat
  10. Microsoft Edge gets the ability to generate unique passwords for the users Microsoft has added another highly requested feature that should help users when creating a new account on any website. With the latest Edge updates, users can now take the browser's help to generate strong and unique passwords for different websites, as spotted by Techdows. The feature is currently limited to Edge Canary and Dev builds, but if you are using one of those then you can just visit a website and click on create a new account to try the feature out for yourself.
  11. Minor Edge Dev build 87.0.637.0 out now with one new feature and a few fixes Microsoft released the first Edge 87 build to the Dev channel last week, bringing a few new features such as the downloads option prompt, table of contents for PDFs, and more. Along with version 87 making it to the Dev channel, version 86 was also promoted to the Beta channel last week. Today, the firm has released a minor update to the Dev channel bumping up the build to 87.0.637.0. Though this is just the second release of a major new version, there is just one new feat
  12. After a few days of rumors, Microsoft announced today that it's going to be using Chromium in its browser moving forward and that the new Edge will be coming to Windows 7, 8.1, and macOS. Now, Mozilla CEO Chris Beard has posted a response to the news, saying that it's bad for the internet. Mozilla says that Microsoft's decision to use Chromium and the Blink rendering engine basically gives Google a monopoly on what we see on the internet. Remember, Chromium is the open-source browser that Google Chrome is based on, and other third-party browsers use it too, like Opera, Vivaldi, and
  13. Microsoft provides group policies for enterprise control of 'full-Chromium' Edge updates IT admins will be able to use the policies to manage, deploy and update the new browser to their corporate workforce. Thinkstock Microsoft has published the template and documentation that will be required to manage updates of the not-yet-finalized "full-Chromium" Edge browser, making good on a promise of earlier this summer. When Microsoft first pounded the Edge-for-enterprise drum in June, the Redmond, Wash. developer unveiled a preli
  14. The move will allow companies who continue to use the legacy browser to run web sites or web apps inside the upcoming Chromium-based Edge. Microsoft Microsoft yesterday stuck a knife in Internet Explorer (IE) when it announced that the 23-year-old browser would appear as a "mode" within Edge in its new "full-Chromium" incarnation. While the Redmond company did not publish a death notice for IE or even admit to browser-cide, as sure as Law & Order's churning cast yanked criminals off streets, IE's days as a stand-alone browser are
  15. Microsoft previews 'chromified' Edge's group policies to win enterprise approval Hoping to catch the interest of IT admins, Microsoft is offering a sneak peek of group policies they could use to manage the still-under-development "full-Chromium" Edge. Microsoft / Google / Vijay Kumar / Getty Images Microsoft has unveiled a preliminary catalog of group policies for managing the still-under-development "full-Chromium" Edge, giving IT admins a glimpse at what they will be working with if they adopt the browser. "We're still wo
  16. Following Mozilla's lead, Microsoft pushes Edge onto anti-tracking bandwagon By adding 'tracking prevention' to the Chromium-based version of Edge, Microsoft can show it's putting a little distance between its browser and Google Chrome. Thinkstock Microsoft is the latest browser also-ran to tackle Google's leader, Chrome, by introducing anti-tracking expertise to Edge. Calling the feature "tracking prevention," Microsoft described it in terms much like those used by rivals Mozilla and Apple, which have cookie blockers in pl
  17. Microsoft releases Microsoft Edge Chromium Group Policies preview Microsoft released an early preview of the policies that it plans to support in the Microsoft Edge Chromium web browser. Microsoft Edge Chromium, much like the classic Microsoft Edge browser, Google's Chrome web browser or Mozilla's Firefox browser, supports policies that administrators may set. The administrative template is available as a preview that has some limitations currently. The templates are only available in English (US), don't include policies for updates as Microsoft plans
  18. Microsoft is asking Windows Insiders to schedule an anonymous call with Microsoft developers to discuss their experiences using OneNote, Outlook, or the Edge browser. These requests are being shown in notifications displayed on the desktop from the Feedback Hub. While using the latest Windows 10 Insider 20H1 build 18941, a Feedback Hub notification was displayed titled "Let's talk! Scan QR Code" that stated "Microsoft Engineer has a question for you: Talk to Microsoft engineers about your recent experiences using OneNote, Outlook, or Edge browser. See available time: h
  19. Microsoft tells enterprises to be on Edge The company has begun telling companies about a variety of corporate features that have been baked into the browser, which is built on underpinnings from Google's Chromium. Microsoft / Google / Vijay Kumar / Getty Images Microsoft on Wednesday kicked off an Edge-is-for-enterprise effort, detailing the corporate features that have been baked into the under-construction browser so far and urging business users to give Edge a go. "The Dev Channel now has enterprise features enabled by
  20. As the title asks, does adguard block with Microsoft's new (chrome) browser? The reason for the question is on a particular site that I'm familiar ads and redirected pages open. This does not happen when used with such combinations as AG and Opera or AG and chrome. It's not a feature of the browser as they appear in those without AG. I think that they have not enabled it for Edge as yet. If they have it's not working.
  21. Responding to complaints, Microsoft acknowledges that all of this month’s Win10 Patch Tuesday cumulative updates make it impossible to access certain local pages from Edge. Getty Images If you can’t get to your router’s admin page using the Edge browser, there’s a reason why. Microsoft broke it with this month’s cumulative updates. Yesterday, Microsoft appended this warning to all of its Windows 10 January cumulative update pages for version 1703 onward: After installing [this month’s cumulative update], some users report that they can
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  23. The company is being refashioned in ways its former CEOs could never have imagined. Thinkstock Microsoft stunned most tech watchers several months ago when it announced it was abandoning 25 years of its go-it-alone browser strategy and would replace Edge’s web rendering engine with one developed by the Chromium open-source project. The shock wasn’t just that Microsoft was turning to open source for its browser. It was that Chromium also powers Edge’s main rival, Google’s Chrome browser — and that the Chromium project was originally created by Google, althoug
  24. The iOS and Android versions of the company's Edge browser now support single sign-on and conditional access, a move that could spur more use for the mobile version of Edge. Microsoft Microsoft on Monday announced that the iOS and Android versions of its Edge browser now support single sign-on (SSO) and conditional access - crucial security, management and convenience features to the enterprise. Integrating Edge on mobile into the broader enterprise ecosystem - leveraging the SSO of Azure Active Directory (Azure AD), for example - may
  25. Google's most secure login system now works on Firefox and Edge, too Better hardware security key support means our post-password future is one step closer to reality. Yubico's hardware security keys let you log on without a password on sites, apps and devices that support the FIDO2 authentication technology. Stephen Shankland/CNET Google has updated its support for hardware security keys so you no longer need to rely on its Chrome browser to log into websites like Gmail, YouTube and G Suite.
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