Today's release of Microsoft Edge 86.0.594.1 in the Dev channel brings the ability to install Google Chrome themes from Chrome Web Store. This feature was earlier available to users running Canary Edge builds, and now it is added to the Dev builds.
A minor change has been done to the Chromium-based Microsoft Edge browser. You can now install in Microsoft Edge, any of the variety of Chrome themes that are available. The Canary channel of Edge features native support for Chrome themes; no extra actions are required to install them.
Microsoft is adding vertical tabs to the Edge browser. The feature is already available to Insiders of the Canary version of the browser, but it is under the A/B testing (controlled feature roll-out), and is enabled for a small select number of users.
One of the useful and exciting features of the Chromium-based Microsoft Edge browser is Collections. Collections allow you to organize your links into topics and quickly organize, export, and manage them. Finally, Microsoft Edge on iOS and Android now supports collections.
How to Enable or Disable Tab Previews Hover Cards in Microsoft Edge
You may remember the Tab Hover Cards Preview feature introduced in Google Chrome 78. It is a new style tooltips that include a thumbnail preview image of the page opened in the tab. This feature has finally reached Microsoft Edge, and you can enable or disable it.
A new useful option is coming to Chromium, and will subsequently reach both Google Chrome and Microsoft Edge. A new feature, that extends the existing QR code generator for URLs, will allow you to do the same with images on a page content.
Yet another small improvement has landed in the Canary version of Microsoft Edge to the Quick Links feature. Recently, the company has added the ability to collapse the Quick Links section, website suggestions and an update notification badge for Quick Links on New Tab Page. In the latest Canary release of Edge, the Quick Links section has a different look.
Microsoft has released the first Edge Dev build based on Chromium 86. Its version number is 86.0.587.0, and there are lots of new features and fixes.
How to Pin a Site to the Taskbar in Microsoft Edge Chromium
Starting in Windows 10 build 20175, Microsoft had made it possible to pin individual websites to the taskbar from Microsoft Edge. Clicking a pinned site on the Taskbar will now show you all of the open tabs for that site across any of your Microsoft Edge windows.