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Microsoft released a new update to the Edge Insiders in the Dev Channel. This is the third minor update to the Edge v92, after the major version released to Dev Channel a week ago. Though there are no major improvements, the latest build 92.0.884.2 adds two new features to Microsoft Edge.


Microsoft also informed that the Microsoft Edge build for Dev Channel has been delayed until later this week or skipped until next week due to some issues while getting the build.

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The built-in coupon and price comparison tool in Microsoft Edge (Chromium) adds a new shopping experience within the browser window by displaying coupon codes when you visit any shopping site. The feature is still hidden under a flag as an experimental feature to Edge Insiders and hence you won't find it in the stable release.


Now, as part of the unified code base, Microsoft is moving the feature to the Android version of the Microsoft Edge browser. If you are running Edge Canary build on Android, you can experience the same right now. For more details, continue reading.

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During the first announcement of the Chromium-powered Microsoft Edge browser, Microsoft made it clear that the company is going to make the new browser available to all popular platforms. During the Microsoft Ignite //2020 event, Microsoft announced that the Edge Insiders will get the first preview build of the Linux variant in October 2020.


As of now, the Linux variant of the Microsoft Edge browser was available to Edge Insiders in the Dev Channel. Over a period of six months, it now moved one step closer to the stable release by promoting it to the Beta Channel.

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HTTPS is a browser protocol that securely establishes a connection with the hosting server. This is being done by using SSL encrypted tunnels. These days, many websites use the HTTPS protocol to create a secure channel between the client and the server.


Microsoft confirmed that the company is working on a feature that will set HTTPS as its default protocol in Microsoft Edge (Chromium) browser. This feature is going to come in a future build of Edge v92.

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Microsoft released the first build of Edge 92 to the Edge Insiders in the Dev Channel. The version number has been bumped up to 92.0.873.1. Being the first preview build in the dev channel, there are quite a few new features added to it. However, it contains a bunch of fixes and other general improvements.


The new features part of this build includes support for management policy from Chromium. For a detailed list of features, improvements, and bug fixes, continue reading further.

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Microsoft is continuing its development in making the Chromium-based Edge browser more resource-efficient. As per the new development, the company added a "Performance Mode" feature which will help you optimize speed, responsiveness, memory, CPU, and battery usage.


To know more about the feature, its availability, and how to enable or disable the Performance Mode feature in Microsoft Edge, continue reading this post further.

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Microsoft has quietly released the Chromium version of Microsoft Edge Canary build on the popular Android platform. The latest Edge Can build on Android has version number 91.0.858.0. It comes with a fresh UI, other changes, and performance improvements.


Needless to say that the Canary builds are not recommended to use on corporate and production devices, but they come in handy to try out the new features before the public release.

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The "Password Monitor" feature was first introduced in Microsoft Edge Canary build at the end of June 2020. When you enable this feature, the Microsoft Edge browser will check all your saved browser passwords against a known repository of already exposed credentials. It will alert you if your online credentials have been detected on the dark web.


When your credentials are checked against the database of known leaked credentials, powerful encryption helps prevent your information from being revealed to anyone. Information about which password has been compromised is only available to you.

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Microsoft is continuously improving their Edge browser, and the team is now bringing a new feature called "Workspaces". Just like the tab groups feature in Google Chrome, the Edge Workspaces were designed to improve the manageability of tabs.


A set of tabs opened for a specific task can now be grouped into a workspace. The feature is currently being tested in Microsoft Edge Canary build, and here's how you can enable it.

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If you are a Microsoft Edge Insider in the Dev Channel, Microsoft today releases a new Edge build 91.0.831.0. The latest Dev Channel build adds two big features for Microsoft Edge users. The first one is Color Themes support in all platforms, and the other one is MSA sign-in and sync for the Linux users.


There are also some more notable changes and fixes in this new build. For the complete changelog, and to learn what's new in Microsoft Edge build 91.0.831.0 in the Dev Channel, continue reading further.

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Microsoft has released a new build for the Chromium-powered Edge browser to the Edge insiders in the Dev channel. The new build 91.0.825.0 is based on Chromium 91 and has been marked as the first release of the Chromium 91 engine in the Dev channel.


The latest Microsoft Edge build 91.0.825.0 adds few new additions, minor reliability improvements, and a long list of fixes. The build also includes few known issues that you should know before upgrading to this build.

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As per the Microsoft Edge Release Roadmap, the company released a new major update to the Microsoft Edge Stable Release Channel. The new Microsoft Edge (Chromium) v89 comes with a startup boost feature, sleeping tabs, vertical tabs layout, PDF improvements, autofill of birth dates, a new menu to list extensions, and more.


You can now upgrade to Microsoft Edge 89 update for Windows 10 and macOS to experience the above new features and improvements. Corporates can download the Microsoft Edge 89 Offline Installer to push the update to all users.

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Microsoft recently published an updated roadmap for the PDF Reader experience in Microsoft Edge (Chromium) browser. The new update to the PDF Reader experience will offer better compatibility, reliability, and security improvements for you and your organization.


The company said that the most requested features are now available across Windows, Mac, and Linux users. Continue reading further to know more about the improvements coming on the way to PDF Reader in Microsoft Edge.

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During this COVID-19 pandemic, most of the students are having online classes. Thus they are regularly using the internet, and to make it a safer web for them, Microsoft announced a new "Kids Mode" functionality for its Chromium-powered Microsoft Edge browser.


Kids Mode will allow your kids to safely browse the internet based on an allowed list, do search safely on Bing, view kid-friendly content, lock switching back to default mode under a password, and all these functionalities without creating a new profile.

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In this week's Edge Dev build, Microsoft adds some new features to the chromium-powered Microsoft Edge browser. With the latest Microsoft Edge Dev Build 90.0.796.0, you can now start searching for the favorites and history menus as soon as they are loaded. It also adds suggestions from local browsing history for you to easily access from the address bar.


Apart from the new features, Microsoft also adds some reliability improvements, changed behaviors in the latest Microsoft Edge Dev build. Here you can read the complete changelog part of this release build for Edge Insiders in the Dev Channel.

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Microsoft released a new Chromium Edge build to the Edge Insiders, who are in the Dev Channel, bumping up the version to 90.0.789.1. The latest build in the Dev Channel comes with a simplified right-click menu for PDFs, new management policies for Quick View Office files, and more.


The latest build also includes several reliability improvements and a lot of bug fixes. Here is the complete changelog of the latest Microsoft Edge build 90.0.789.1 for the Dev channel Edge Insiders.

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Microsoft's new Chromium-powered Edge browser was considered to be generally available on , and after that, Microsoft Edge went through a couple of release schedules that added many new features and enhancements to the product. Now, the company has decided to completely wipe out the legacy Microsoft Edge on Windows 10.


Microsoft has published a time schedule to wipe off the legacy Edge and install the latest version of Chromium Edge on Windows 10, starting April 2021. Continue reading to know more about the schedule.

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Microsoft Edge is a cross-platform web browser developed by Microsoft in 2015 for Windows 10 and Xbox One. Since then, it has been rolled out for Android and iOS in 2017, macOS in 2019, and preview for Linux in 2020. The legacy Microsoft Edge is over, and the latest version is powered by the popular Chromium engine.


Microsoft Edge 89 is currently being previewed in Edge Insiders Dev Channel and is going to roll out to the stable channel in the first week of March 2021. According to the Edge roadmap, the next version to bring the following improvements.

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Microsoft is working on a new download manager for the Chromium Edge that will make your downloading experience even simpler by showing a menu in the toolbar when you start downloading files. The new experience will also allow you to manage your downloads directly from the Microsoft Edge toolbar.


The new download experience is now rolling out to the Edge Insiders in the Canary channel and will be available to the stable release channel later this year.

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A new update of Microsoft Edge is now rolling out to the stable release channel. The latest Microsoft Edge now comes with the History and Open Tabs sync feature. In October 2020, this feature was first previewed to the Edge Insiders in the Canary build channel.


If you are a Microsoft Edge user, you can now easily access your open tabs and browsing history across all your devices. You won't require to manually share the links to access between devices.

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