Microsoft released version 114 of its Edge web browser last night with the new Workspaces feature for businesses.
“Microsoft Edge Workspaces provides a way for customers to organize their browsing tasks into dedicated windows,” the Microsoft Learn website notes of this release. “Edge Workspaces lets users share a set of browser tabs so working groups can view the same websites and latest working files in one place and stay on the same page. Each Edge Workspace contains its own set of tabs and favorites, all created and curated by the user and their collaborators. Edge Workspaces are automatically saved and kept up to date.”
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Workspaces appears to be the only new feature, and it requires an Azure Active Directory (AAD) account, or what Microsoft calls a Work or School account, with a OneDrive for Business license.
I had expected Edge 114 to also deliver the new Edge user experience, but it’s not enabled and only some of it works using flags. (You can search for “rejuv” and “rounded” to see the available options, but from what I can tell, only the rounded tabs feature works.) Likewise, the ability to pin the Edge sidebar to the side of the Windows desktop doesn’t appear to be offered in this version either.