Microsoft has released WebView2 for .NET and its fixed version, a Microsoft Edge component that developers can use in their apps as an embedded web rendering engine. The latter can be shipped as a non-updatable component with apps.
Microsoft has published a lengthy post that covers the changes that made their appearance in the Edge Chromium this month. The posts mentions plenty of changes, including new shopping features to supercharge the upcoming holiday season, PDF improvements, and much more.
Microsoft has released the Edge browser version 87 to the stable branch of the app. It is a major release that includes plenty of new features that were early available to Insiders only.
Microsoft today released Edge Dev 88.0.702.0, which includes the earlier announced notes for PDF files feature. There are also a few more new features, and loads of fixes and improvements.
A few days ago some Edge insiders started to see new rounder icons in Microsoft Edge, including icons for the menus, settings, and other user interface elements. Microsoft today announced that they are gradually rolling out the new icons what are powered by the latest Fluent Design language version.
The ability to add notes to a selection for PDF files exists for some time in Canary builds of Microsoft Edge. However, only today the company officially announced it, and shared some details on how it works.
How to Name a Window in Microsoft Edge
Quickly after Google Chrome, Microsoft Edge received a new option that will allow you to name individual browser windows, so you'll be able to find the required one at a glance. The feature is already available in Microsoft Edge version 88.0.702.0.
A minor UI change has landed in the latest Canary build of Microsoft Edge. Microsoft has replaced the icons you see in the menus and settings of the browser with new rounder icons, which follow the latest design trends of the latest version of the Fluent design.
Microsoft has published download links for Edge Insider Preview channels for Windows 10X and HoloLens 2. The links appear under the 'Other platforms' section on the download page, and also exist as an option for supported channels.
How to Create a Link to a Text Fragment on a Web Page in Microsoft Edge
Microsoft Edge, similar to Google Chrome, comes with a handy option that allows you to make a link to any text portion of a web page. It is powered by the ScrollToTextFragment web standard, and allows creating anchored links without having an explicitly specified anchor in the target page's HTML markup. Microsoft has improved the existing functionality and has added a GUI to make the feature more convenient.