With a new build of Edge Canary, which is 79.0.278.0, Microsoft has made the switch to the newest Blink version included in Chromium 79.
Microsoft is releasing Edge build 78.0.276.2 to Insiders on the Dev channel. The update features improvements made to collections, appearance, and comes with a huge list of fixes.
As you may remember, Microsoft was working on the enhanced version of the 'Global Media Controls' feature for their newest Chromium-based Edge that allows controlling all active media sessions in the browser from a single flyout. Today's Canary build of Edge comes if a few improvements made to the Global Media Controls feature.
Microsoft Edge build 78.0.268.1 is out to the Dev channel of the browser, featuring a number of improvements made to stability, performance, and deployment.
Microsoft continues its hard work on the Chromium-based Microsoft Edge browser. The latest Canary build of the browser features a couple of improvements. One of the is the update Tracking Prevention page in Settings. Also, there are new AutoPlay Blocking options which replicate the same feature of the classic Edge.
How to Turn Off News Feed on New Tab Page in Microsoft Edge Chromium
The latest Canary build of Microsoft Edge Chromium comes with a long awaited option to disable the news feed on the New Tab page. Starting in version 78.0.268.0, the news feed section on the new tab page supports three modes, and can be disabled completely.
Microsoft Edge build 78.0.262.0 is out to the Dev channel of the browser, replacing the broken 78.0.256.2 update which was pulled out from being offered to Insiders. Let's see what's new in today's release of Edge.
The stable Edge Chromium branch has received a new update. It looks like this branch shares the updates with the Beta channel. As of now, Edge build 184.108.40.206 is available both in the Beta and Stable branches.
Microsoft Edge build 78.0.256.2 is out to the Dev channel of the browser, bringing new features to Insiders, including 'Collections', the built-in abusive ad blocker in Chromium, Windows 10’s native Share functionality, and more.
A few days after announcing the discontinuation of EPUB support for their Chromium-based Edge browser, Microsoft is in the process of doing the same for the UWP version of the app. The bundled Edge app is losing EPUB support as well.