A new Microsoft Edge Dev channel update is ready for testing. This week, Microsoft has added a bunch of new options to various menus while also beefing up its alerts for when it detects compromised passwords.
Starting this month, Microsoft is kicking off a new blog series to detail what's new in its web experiences each month. The first post talks about new Collections and PDF features, along with some updates to Teams and other apps.
The Microsoft Edge Dev channel snagged a fresh weekly update today, bringing several new features. Perhaps the biggest are new tweaks to the Collections experience, including closer integration with Pinterest.
Bitdefender monitors your computer in real-time to stop malicious files before they even begin to start downloading. Additional protection tools are included with your purchase like a VPN and a password manager.
The Microsoft Edge Dev channel got its latest weekly update today, and it's adding a little more dark mode flair to your webpages. Now, default webpage form controls, like dropdowns, support dark mode, too.
With Microsoft Edge dominating Microsoft's browser focus, Internet Explorer is feeling very long in the tooth. That goes double late next year, when Microsoft 365 web apps will stop being supported on Internet Explorer 11.
Microsoft Edge being built on Chromium has its advantages, mainly in that you an take advantage of Chrome's vast library of extensions. In the latest example of this, Microsoft has started allowing Edge users in the Dev channel install themes from the Chrome web store.