Enable Picture Dictionary for Immersive Reader in Microsoft Edge
Microsoft today released a new Canary build of Mircosoft Edge, which introduced a new feature, Picture Dictionary. It is available in Immersive Reader, and displays a small descriptive image for a selected word, giving visual definition. Quite a nice feature.
Yet another interesting option made its appearance in the Canary version of Microsoft Edge Chromium. With the latest build, you can now select a text and send it to 'immersive reader'. This will open the Reading View, i.e. distraction free mode with the selected text.
Microsoft Edge comes with a new Reader mode, which might be familiar to Firefox and Vivaldi users. When enabled, it strips out unnecessary elements from the opened web page, reflows the text and turns it into a cleaner looking text document without ads, menus and scripts, so the user can focus on reading the text content.Edge also renders the text on the page with a new font and formatting in Reader mode. Here is how to enable it in Microsoft Edge.
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