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Almost a month after releasing Microsoft Edge 112 Beta to the insiders, the company is now rolling out Microsoft Edge 113 to the Edge Insiders in the Beta Channel. The latest update comes as build version 113.0.1774.9 and adds two new features along with a couple of new policy changes. For a detailed list of changes in Microsoft Edge v113.0.1774.9, continue reading further.


Microsoft Edge 113 Beta enhances security and updater on macOS
Microsoft Edge v113.0.1774.9


What's new and improved in Microsoft Edge v113.0.1774.9?

Feature update

  • Improvements to enhanced security mode. Enhanced security mode provides an extra layer of protection when browsing the web and visiting unfamiliar sites. Updates this release include a new flyout to improve user's experience when a site is not working as expected.

    Note: This feature is a controlled feature rollout. If you don't see this feature, check back as we continue our rollout.
  • Switch from Microsoft Autoupdate to EdgeUpdater for macOS. Microsoft Edge for macOS will start using a new updater called EdgeUpdater. This change only affects Microsoft Edge on macOS. If you use update preferences for Microsoft Autoupdate to prevent browser updates, you will need to transition to the new EdgeUpdater UpdateDefault policy before Microsoft Edge 113 to prevent future automatic updates.

Policy updates

  • RestorePdfView - Restore PDF view
  • ReadAloudEnabled - Enable Read Aloud feature in Microsoft Edge
  • ShowDownloadsToolbarButton - Show Downloads button on the toolbar
  • TabServicesEnabled - Tab Services enabled



How to Update Microsoft Edge: Easy Steps for a Faster, Safer Browser

To update Microsoft Edge, follow these steps:

  1. Open Microsoft Edge on your computer.
  2. Click on the three dots in the upper-right corner of the screen.
  3. From the drop-down menu, select "Help and feedback" and then click on "About Microsoft Edge".
  4. The About Microsoft Edge window will open and will automatically start checking for updates.
  5. If an update is available, it will begin downloading automatically. Once the download is complete, you will be prompted to restart Microsoft Edge to complete the update.

Note that if you have automatic updates enabled, Microsoft Edge will update automatically in the background without any action required on your part.


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