Category Archives: Microsoft Edge

Add or Remove Assistance Hub Button in Microsoft Edge

Add or Remove Assistance Hub Button in Microsoft Edge

Here's how you can add or remove Assistance Hub Button in Microsoft Edge. In the recently released Microsoft Edge Canary Build 91.0.848.0, the Redmond software giant introduced a new Assistance Hub feature. Microsoft wants to improve the new features' discoverability, help users learn more about the browser's capabilities, and create a single place to find changelogs for updates. Of course, Assistance Hub is also another gateway to promote some features, e.g. to make you set Edge as the default browser, sign in with a Microsoft Account, sync your data, etc.

Enable Page Scrolling with Multiple Scrollbars in Web Capture Tool in Edge

Enable Page Scrolling with Multiple Scrollbars in Web Capture Tool in Edge

Here's how to enable Page Scrolling with Multiple Scrollbars in Web Capture Tool in Edge. After that it will allow you to scroll while taking a screenshot when there are multiple scrollable sections. For the long time the Web Capture tool didn't scroll the page down when you tried to capture something that is has more than one scrollable section, but this has finally changed.

Microsoft is about to limit media autoplay by default in Edge

Microsoft is about to limit media autoplay by default in Edge

Soon the Redmond software giant will limit media autoplay by default in Edge. Many months ago, Microsoft Edge received the ability to manage media autoplay on different websites. Those who annoyed by the flood of automatically playing videos can disable media autoplay in Edge's settings. This feature is off by default, so users need to enable it manually. Moreover, a complete autoplay block is possible only after turning on one of the experimental flags. 

Edge PWAs will soon have advanced title bars

Edge PWAs will soon have advanced title bars

Microsoft is going to eliminate the visual difference between the Edge PWA title bars and other applications running on Windows. Currently, such PWA have a title bar that replicated the Edge window frame. This will change in the near future. The browser will allow PWA developers to fully customize the look of the window frame.