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Last week, Microsoft released the first build (103.0.1253.0) of Microsoft Edge version 103 to the Edge Insiders in the Dev Channel. Now the company has released another update to Microsoft Edge version 103 that adds a few new features, improvements, and bug fixes.

 

About the latest update, Microsoft said that it’s a smaller update this week, but an important one! To know more about this build, its features, and other improvements, continue reading further.

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Last Month, Microsoft Edge build 102.0.1227.0 was released to the Dev Channel insiders promising that one more update will come from version 102 before the company shifts the development to 103. Later, Microsoft Edge Build 102.0.1235.1 was released and the company said that the insiders will see a few more updates before getting Microsoft Edge version 103 in the Dev Channel.

 

Now it's time to get Microsoft Edge version 103. Microsoft now releases Edge Dev build 103.0.1253.0. Being the first build from version 103, Microsoft Edge gets a few new features and improvements as listed here.

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Microsoft is working on a new feature for its Edge browser that will allow you to protect your device and sensitive data while browsing the internet through a secure VPN (Virtual Private Network). The integrated VPN service will be called "Microsoft Edge Secure Network", and will be powered by Cloudflare.

 

According to the company, Microsoft Edge Secure Network is a preview feature and will be made available to a set of insiders first as an "early access" to get their constructive feedback.

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Microsoft released a new Edge update (Build 102.0.1235.1) to the Dev Channel insiders. The company says that the Dev Channel insiders will receive a build higher than 1235 soon even though earlier it was mentioned that today's release will be the last dev build for Edge version 102.

 

The latest Microsoft Edge Dev Build 102.0.1235.1 adds an improved tab actions menu, support for a management policy from Chromium, and a list of bug fixes. For a complete list of changes (changelog), continue reading further.

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Microsoft releases a new update build for its Chromium-powered Edge browser. The latest update comes with build number 102.0.1227.0 and is currently rolling out to the Edge Insiders in the Dev Channel. The latest build adds a new management policy to control if the Network Service Sandbox is Enabled.

 

Apart from that, it also includes a few reliability improvements and plenty of bug fixes. For the entire list of new features and improvements (Changelog), continue reading further.

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Microsoft releases a new update build (version 101.0.1210.10) of its Chromium-powered Edge browser. The build is now rolling out to the Edge Insiders in the Beta Channel. The latest Microsoft Edge Beta Build 101.0.1210.10 adds a couple of feature improvements and quite a few policy updates. For a detailed list of changes in this build, continue reading.

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Sleeping Tabs is a feature in Microsoft Edge, introduced in late 2020, which lets the inactive browser tabs sleep after a specified time to save system resources. This feature is based on Chrome's "freezing" technology, but way better than that. An initial report has shown a 26% reduction in memory usage of the browser.

 

Now, with Microsoft Edge 100, the company has updated sleeping tabs to enable pages that are sharing a browsing instance with another page.

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A zero-day vulnerability (CVE-2022-1096) has been reported in Google Chrome, which could allow a remote attacker to execute arbitrary code on the targeted system. If you are a Google Chrome user, you should pay attention to it and take immediate action as suggested by Google.

 

As the bug is within the Chromium engine, all browsers powered by Chromium (Google Chrome, Microsoft Edge, Mozilla Firefox) will be affected due to this vulnerability.

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The internet is never standing still. It’s constantly evolving, changing, and expanding. The web used to be a chaotic network of outdated and barely functional websites. Nowadays, we have a highly advanced web with high-end websites built with user-friendly UI.

 

This beauty you see all over the internet is thanks to JavaScript. This programming language holds the entire web under control, allowing the internet to handle almost every interaction online.

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While the Microsoft Edge version 99 hits the Stable Channel earlier this month, Microsoft is now rolling out Edge version 100 to the Edge Insiders in the Beta Channel. The latest version comes with build number 100.0.1185.10 and contains a few feature updates and policy changes.

 

If you are running Microsoft Edge (Chromium) from the Beta Channel, you can now test these new improvements added to Microsoft Edge. Here is the list of new features and improvements in Microsoft Edge build 100.0.1185.10.

Mid-January 2022, Microsoft released the first build of Edge 99 to the insiders running the Dev Channel builds. A week later, the company released Microsoft Edge Dev build 99.0.1135.5 with the ability to use Web Capture in PDFs, the ability to change the units that the air temperature is shown in on Edge mobile apps, support for Data Loss Prevention on websites by default, and more.

 

Now the company comes with another update for Microsoft Edge (Build 99.0.1150.2) that comes with a few new features and improvements. Here's everything that you would like to know about.

Last week Microsoft released the first build of the Chromium-powered Microsoft Edge version 99 to the Edge Insiders in the Dev Channel. Now the company released another build which is now rolling out as build 99.0.1135.5 in the Dev Channel.

 

The latest build comes with the ability to use Web Capture in PDFs, the ability to change the units that the air temperature is shown in on Edge mobile apps, support for Data Loss Prevention on websites by default, and more.

Microsoft Edge development team released the first build of Chromium-powered Microsoft Edge version 99. The latest dev build 99.0.1131.3 is being rolled out to the Edge Insiders in the Dev Channel. According to the official release page, Microsoft Edge 99.0.1131.3 adds a set of new features and a long list of Bug fixes mentioned below. As version 99 is now heading over to the Dev channel, version 98 will soon be shifted to the Beta channel.

Microsoft releases Edge 96 to the Beta Channel insiders as part of the 4-weekly update cycle. The beta channel of the Microsoft Edge preview program is considered for the release of the most stable preview builds to the Edge Insiders.

 

Being the first release, Microsoft Edge (Chromium) Preview Build 96.0.1054.8 came with several new features, improvements, and policy updates. Here is the complete official changelog.

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Microsoft has released a new Edge build 96.0.1028.0 to the Edge Insiders, who are on the Dev Channel. This is the first build of the Microsoft Edge version 96. The latest version of the Microsoft Edge Dev Channel build adds a number of new features.

 

This includes the ability to view downloaded Office files directly in the browser, a new Setting on the iOS version of the browser to restore tabs on startup. For more details, and to read the official changelog, continue reading further.

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Do you know that Microsoft Edge (Chromium) allows you to stay protected against Potentially Unwanted Applications (PUAs) while surfing the internet? If you are using Microsoft Edge (version 80.0.361.50 or later), you can block PUA downloads and associated resource URLs.

 

If you are concerned about potentially unwanted applications, in this article we will explain to you how you can protect your system against potentially unwanted applications (PUAs) using the latest version of Microsoft Edge.

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Microsoft releases a new Edge Insiders build to the Dev Channel. The latest build 93.0.961.2 comes as the final release build for Microsoft Edge version 93, but it may see some patches in the future before it is being released to the insiders Beta channel.

 

The latest Microsoft Edge Dev Channel build 93.0.961.2 adds few new features for media autoplay, un-ignore password health alerts, a combined settings page, and some improvements. For the detailed list of changes, continue reading below.

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If you are still using Internet Explorer 11 (IE11), the Redmond giant has recently reminded its customers all over the world that the company is going to stop supporting Internet Explorer 11 from Microsoft 365 suite. That means all Microsoft 365 apps and services will cease support for Internet Explorer.

 

The date is not so far! Microsoft said that the farewell of IE11 will begin on August 17, 2021. Are you still using IE11? Switch to the new Microsoft Edge (Chromium) browser now.

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It's almost a month when Microsoft officially revealed the upcoming major release of their operating system, Windows 11. The new update to bring an updated UI, and improvements to performance, productivity, and security features. Windows 10 users meeting the minimum hardware requirements will receive a free upgrade to Windows 11.

 

Windows 11 is now available as a preview release to Windows Insiders in the Dev Channel with a new Microsoft Store as a one-stop destination to browse and install apps, and games. Microsoft Edge browser, which is the default browser on Windows 11, also started appearing on Microsoft Store.





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