Microsoft has officially announced a change in the Edge Canary release schedule. The company will now release two builds on the same day. This will happen not every day, but occasionally. The first portion of such builds was released yesterday.
Microsoft today released Edge 105 to everyone. This new stable version is focused on security and improvements made to its built-in IE mode. However, for some users the browser fails to start. If you are affected, we have a workaround for you.
Microsoft has released Edge 105 to everyone running the stable version of the browser. The release is mostly maintenance with security enhancements and improvements made to IE mode and its Cloud Site List Management experience.
One of the recent additions in the Microsoft Edge browser is the sidebar that hosts web apps for faster access. The links are available for Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, OneDrive, Teams, and OneNote. There are also tiny tools like unit converter, world clock, calculator, and so on. Microsoft believes that they can help you become more productive.
Microsoft has released Edge 104.0.1293.63 to the stable channel of the app. It adds several new icons to the sidebar so more apps will be accessible with one click. Also, there are a few new policies and fixed vulnerabilities.
As you may remember, Chrome developers managed to find a way to make the context menu of the window frame support the native dark theme on Windows. Edge has finally received the same change, as they both are Chromium-based. So when you run Windows in dark mode, you have a solid appearance.
You can now enable Encrypted Client Hello in Microsoft Edge, starting in version 105. After that, the browser will encrypt all parameters of the TLS protocol, making connections more secure.
Earlier in June, Microsoft has announced several improvements for Collections. One of them, "Inspiration Feed", is now available to some users. It finds on the Internet content similar to what you have saved to your Collections.
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.
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.