Today, the company released build 17711 which adds a couple of new features to Microsoft Edge. This includes some Fluent Design improvements to the browser, with the default context menu now including a depth (drop shadow) effect which looks pretty neat:
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Along with the new Fluent Design improvements, Microsoft Edge’s reading view is getting two improvements to improve the reading experience with new page themes and line focus feature that helps with readability. And finally, Edge will now ask you before saving your credit card details for autofill, a feature which was introduced a few weeks earlier.
Build 17711 also brings improves the Registry Editor with new features that make it easier to navigate the registry. You can now easily find the sub-paths to a registry path while typing in the address bar using the new dropdown menu, for example. All these, plus the Edge improvements, and a couple of bug fixes are available in the latest build for Insiders in the Fast Ring from Windows Update right now.