Category Archives: Microsoft Edge

Edge 104 stable enables Enhanced Security mode for everyone

Microsoft Edge version 104.0.1293.47 is now available in the stable channel. It is the first browser release that enables the Enhanced Security feature by default. Formerly known as "Super Duper Security Mode", it had two options, Balanced and Strict. Starting with Edge 104 stable, it now adds new mode, "Basic", which is enabled by default.

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Edge for Android is getting a built-in PDF viewer

Microsoft has added a built-in PDF viewer to the Android version of the Edge browser. This can be a small advantage over Chrome, which doesn't include anything like that on mobile. Google's solution is to use a viewer offered by their Google Drive app. For whose who don't have GDrive or any other PDF viewer installed, Microsoft's browser can be in handy. Continue reading

Edge Collections will soon receive Inspiration Feed, Follow Creators, and more

Microsoft has officially announced several improvements that soon come to the Edge browser, and its Collections feature. It will allow you to save images and videos directly to a Collection, and follow Content creators on sites like YouTube and TikTok. Finally, Collections will receive a new "Inspiration Feed" to display related content to your collections. Continue reading

Microsoft Edge will soon get calculator, unit converter, and other tools in the sidebar

Microsoft is actively adding advanced tools to its browser. Currently, they are testing Quick Commands, and the ability to close tabs with a double-click. But you will find more interesting stuff in the browser's roadmap. According to it, Edge will soon have a calculator, unit converter, translator, Internet speed test and other mini-apps right in the sidebar. Continue reading

Microsoft Edge has finally received Quick Commands

It took Microsoft a while to bring this useful feature to their browser. Quick Commands is an input box that allows you to directly launch a specific feature of the browser by typing its name. The idea isn't new, and was first introduced in the classic Opera browser. Its ideological successor, Vivaldi, was first of the Chromium-based apps to implement it. In March 2021, Chrome has got something similar called "Commander". It is 2022 and Edge now follows the suit. Continue reading