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Recent Microsoft Edge Stories
Today, Microsoft detailed some font rendering improvements that it is making in its Edge web browser in a coming version upgrade.
Microsoft is bringing Automatic HTTPS capabilities to its Edge browser starting with version 92, which is available now in preview.
Microsoft has announced the release of Edge 91, the latest version of its web browser, which adds shopping and performance improvements.
Microsoft is adding a Math Solver feature to its Edge web browser that provides solutions to math problems with step-by-step instructions.
Microsoft announced that it will retire the desktop version of Internet Explorer 11 on June 15, 2022, but only on “certain versions” of Windows 10.
Microsoft quietly launched a version of Edge Canary on Android, giving enthusiasts their first peek at the promised unified codebase.
Brave’s doing it. Vivaldi’s doing. Mozilla’s doing it. Even DuckDuckGo is doing it. But where does Microsoft land on FLoC?
Microsoft today started deploying version 90 of its Edge web browser, adding a new Password Monitor, Kids Mode, and more.
DuckDuckGo announced yesterday that it has updated its web browser extension to block Google's new FLoC tracking method in Chrome.
Microsoft Edge Insiders in the Dev channel can now test two key coming new features: Themes and Microsoft account sign-in and sync on Linux.
Microsoft and Google announced today that they are partnering to identify and fix the top incompatibility issues on the web.
Last month, Microsoft announced the availability of Microsoft account-based password autofill capabilities across platforms.
With Google Chrome moving to a new four-week release cadence, Microsoft says it will offer the same updating schedule for its own web browser.
Microsoft announced today that it will move its Edge web browser on Mac off Microsoft AutoUpdate because users have found it confusing.
Microsoft announced today that support for Microsoft Edge Legacy is over and that the product will no longer receive future security updates.
One of the more interesting tidbits that came out of Ignite this week is that Microsoft is moving the desktop and mobile versions of Edge to a single codebase.
Among the new features coming to Microsoft Edge on desktop this month is vertical tabs, which seems ideal for the 16:9 displays that most of us are still stuck with.
After quieting all website notifications by default in Edge, Microsoft discovered that many users couldn’t find notification requests anymore.
We’ve known since last year that Legacy Edge will exit support on March 9, 2021. But now Microsoft has revealed its plans for removing the browser from Windows 10.
Microsoft has maintained a feature roadmap for Edge since shortly after its public release last January, but now it's making that roadmap more visible to the public.
Microsoft announced today that it has added support for user profiles Progressive Web Apps (PWAs) that are installed as apps through the Edge web browser.
One year ago, Microsoft launched a very incomplete new Edge for the masses. Today, Edge is in much better shape, and now it’s getting some new features too.
Windows 10X provides what looks like a complete desktop version of the Microsoft Edge web browser with full support for all the normal features.
Some users are reporting that the stable version of Microsoft Edge can now sync browser history and open tabs between PCs and devices.
Microsoft revealed last night that owners of M1-based Macs can now test a native version of Microsoft Edge in preview.
Microsoft Authenticator can now provide password management and autofill capabilities on mobile, so you can protect synced passwords with your Microsoft account.