Today, Microsoft finally released a major update for its Edge browser on iOS. After prolonged testing, version 93.961.47 is rolling to all Edge Stable users on iPhone and iPad.
Microsoft today released a new build of Chromium-based Microsoft Edge 95.0.1011.1 to the Dev Channel. Traditionally, it comes with several new features and includes various fixes and improvements.
You can disable the Picture-in-Picture Button in Microsoft Edge. According to the official feature roadmap for the browser, in September 2021, Microsoft plans to start rolling out a new control for managing the Picture-in-Picture mode.
Microsoft has released Edge 95.0.1000.0 to Insiders in the Dev channel. It is a minor release that doesn't include any new feature. But there is a list of fixes.
In Microsoft Edge, to the left from a website address, you can spot a button with a lock icon called "View Site Info." Microsoft uses that button to indicate secured HTTPS connection and provide information about web pages, such as permissions, tracking prevention, etc. Developers now want to provide users with even more data.
Microsoft has updated the stable branch of the Edge browser with version 93. It is a major update that adds new features like tab groups, the ability to hide the title bar with vertical tabs enabled, improvements for IE mode, and more. Most changes are already familiar to users of preliminary builds from the Beta, Dev and Canary channels.
In May 2020, Microsoft announced a new built-in game for its Chromium-based Edge browser. In the Surf game, users have a chance to ride a surfboard using different characters, pick up boosters, avoid obstacles, and set high scores. Users can play the game without an Internet connection or just kill some time by visiting the edge://surf link. Google Chrome has a similar built-in game, called Dino, although it is much more primitive when compared to Surf.
Microsoft seems to be never out of ideas about how to improve PDF experience in the Edge browser. After bringing the free-form text editing in PDF to Edge Canary, Microsoft is back with another quality-of-life improvement for those using the browser as a PDF viewer.
Microsoft has released a new build of Chromium-based Microsoft Edge 95.0.997.1 to the Dev Channel. It brings several new features as well as various fixes and improvements. This is the first build with major version 95 on the Dev channel.