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  1. Details are about to emerge about a zero-day remote code execution vulnerability in the Microsoft Edge web browser, as two researchers plan to reveal a proof-of-concept and publish a general write up. Microsoft has not been told the details of this vulnerability. A tweet on November 1 announced that Microsoft Edge had been compromised once more. The proof was an image with the web browser that appeared to launch the popular Windows Calculator app. Exploit developer Yushi Liang informed his followers that the objective was to escape the browser sandbox and th
  2. Completely Reset the Chromium-Based Microsoft Edge Browser The Chromium-based Microsoft Edge is now available for download, still unofficially since Microsoft hasn’t yet published the highly-anticipated preview build, so you can already find out what the software giant has been working on lately on the browser front. Technically, Microsoft Edge is Microsoft’s very own interpretation of Google Chrome, and because it’s based on Chromium, it comes with features that are similar to the ones in Google’s browser. The new Edge, however, retains the look and feel of the o
  3. How to enable dark theme in Chromium-Based Microsoft Edge Browser The new Chromium-based Microsoft Edge browser isn’t officially available for download, but as I told you not a long time ago, a leaked build lets us try out the application before the public launch. What’s important to know if you decide to download this version is that the new Edge browser is still in the development stage, so this particular build here is still an experimental release. In other words, while you can try out the Chromium-based Microsoft Edge in anticipation of the public release, ma
  4. How to Enable Chromecast Support in Chromium Microsoft Edge Browser If you’ve just made the switch to the new Chromium-based Microsoft Edge browser after using Google Chrome for several years, you’re obviously expecting a similar experience, especially since both browsers run on the same engine. But while Microsoft Edge is indeed based on Chromium, it doesn’t mean that all Google features and services have been migrated to the new browser. In fact, Microsoft even rolled out a list of Google goodies that got the ax, and you can read more about this here. For t
  5. Try Out Focus Mode in Chromium-Based Microsoft Edge Browser While at first glance it looks like Microsoft is replacing EdgeHTML in Microsoft Edge browser with Chromium because the company can’t build its very own advanced engine, this migration comes with a series of benefits for the software giant and its users. And one of them is that the features already available in Google Chrome would technically be available for the Chromium-based Microsoft Edge browser too. As I said on several occasions, this begins with support for extensions. At this point, Google Chrome
  6. Microsoft Reveals Even More Features Coming to Microsoft Edge Browser The Chromium-based Microsoft Edge project advances fast, and after Windows 10 preview builds, Microsoft has now quietly released an early version of the Mac browsertoo. And while the software giant is working on making its browser available for more testers, it’s also focusing on the new features that would debut in Edge at some point in the future. Among them is support for the dark theme, something that we have already spotted in the existing preview versions of Microsoft Edge,
  7. Microsoft Edge Browser for Linux Possibly in the Works Microsoft is hard at work on migrating Edge browser from its very own EdgeHTML engine to Chromium, and after releasing preview builds for Windows 10, the company is now focusing on other platforms as well. For example, one of the short-term priorities for the software giant is to bring an early version of Microsoft Edge browser to macOS, and as we told you a few minutes ago, the download links are already live unofficially. Because it’s based on Chromium, Edge would be able to run on more than
  8. Microsoft Edge Browser for macOS Leaked Microsoft teased the macOS version of Microsoft Edge browser at the Build developer conference a few hours ago, but the company hasn’t said a single word about the date when it could release it for download. And while the software giant decided to stick with its already signature “coming soon” ETA, it looks like the download link for the Canary version of Microsoft Edge for Mac is already live. As discovered by Twitter user WalkingCat, who has an excellent track on Microsoft scoops, users can now download Mic
  9. Microsoft Announces New Microsoft Edge Browser Features Microsoft used the Build developer conference to announce a bunch of new features for its new Chromium-based Microsoft Edge browser. First of all, it’s Collections, a new feature that allows you to group content, like photos and text, into a central hub and then export it apps like Word and Excel. Collections uses cloud-power intelligence to keep the structure of your content, so, for example, you can easily transform things like a shopping list to a spreadsheet straight from the brows
  10. Microsoft Edge Browser Now Available in More Languages Microsoft has recently enabled multi-language support in its Chromium-based browser, and testers on Windows 10 and macOS can now change the language from the settings screen. The latest Canary and Dev builds released by Microsoft on both platforms come with such capabilities, and the official changelog confirms this is indeed possible in Microsoft Edge: “Added more languages that you can display Microsoft Edge in.” I tested this new feature in the Dev build of Microsoft Edge and it indeed works
  11. Microsoft Edge Browser for Mac Gets a Dark Theme Microsoft has recently released a new update for the Mac version of its new Chromium browser, and this time the improvements are substantial for Apple users. The Chromium-powered Microsoft Edge browser is available on the Mac in preview stage as part of Canary and Dev channels, and just like on Windows 10, Microsoft tries to roll out improvements for both of them regularly. The most recent update for the Dev build, which brings the browser to version 76.0.176.1, introduces a dark theme for macOS computers.
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