Category Archives: Microsoft Edge

Microsoft Edge 92 Beta is available to Insiders

Microsoft Edge 92 Beta is available to Insiders

Microsoft today released Edge 92.0.902.9 to Insiders in the Beta channel. It is now ready for the last stage of testing before it hits the stable channel. Edge 92 Beta contains all the changes from five updates the browser received in the Dev channel during the last several weeks. Here what is new in Microsoft Edge 91 Beta.

Microsoft Edge now nags users to share their data to get relevant ads

Microsoft Edge now nags users to share their data to get relevant ads

There is no doubt that Microsoft Edge is one of the best browsers out there, if not the best one for Windows, but the problem is that Microsoft simply cannot stop showing advertisements to its customers. Both Windows 10 and Microsoft Edge are well-known for notifying users with different "native ads" that promote Microsoft's services. The company continuously tries to make you switch from Google/any other search engine to Bing, set Microsoft Edge as a default browser, try the Microsoft 365 subscription, enable Cortana, etc.

How to Enable Enhance text contrast in Microsoft Edge

How to Enable Enhance text contrast in Microsoft Edge

.ou can enable Enhance text contrast in Microsoft Edge to improve font rendering in the browser. Today, Microsoft announced significantly improved font rendering for the Edge browser. The latest version of Edge Canary brings fine grain tuned contrast and gamma correction, plus ClearType Tuner support. All these changes will help text in Microsoft Edge match the quality and clarity of other native Windows applications and make fonts look better.

Microsoft fixed annoying settings popups in Edge 91

Microsoft fixed annoying settings popups in Edge 91

At the end of May 2021, Microsoft released Edge 91 with a bunch of performance improvements, some UI changes, and minor enhancements. Shortly after the rollout began, users started reporting annoying prompts from Edge. The browser tried to force users to change settings and set Edge as a default browser with the Bing search. Those prompts were consistent enough to piss off lots of users on the Internet. Luckily, enthusiasts quickly learned that they could fix the problem by disabling one of the experimental flags in Microsoft Edge. Now, it appears that Microsoft has officially solved the problem with annoying settings popups in the Edge browser.

Microsoft Edge 91 stable is available

Microsoft Edge 91 stable is available

Microsoft begins public rollout of Edge 91, a new version with improved performance and new shopping features. Thanks to the improvements made to Sleeping tabs and the return of Startup Boost, the browser is now much faster than before. In addition, a number of changes have been made to the Edge shopping experience.