Microsoft Edge Beta just made the jump to version 92, improving vertical tabs and security
Microsoft Edge 92 has made its way to the Beta Channel, and it brings security improvements and more.
What you need to know
- Microsoft Edge Beta recently received an upgrade to version 92.
- The changelog isn't available for the latest version of Edge Beta yet, but some of its new features are known.
- Edge 92 brings improvements to vertical tabs, support for HTTPS automatic switching, and some new menu options.
Microsoft Edge version 92 recently started rolling out through the Beta channel. We're still waiting for the official changelog, but we know several of the changes and improvements that roll out with the update since Edge version 92 has already been available through Edge Dev and Edge Canary. Neowin spotted the new build rolling out for Edge Beta and breaks down some of its features.
Vertical tabs get some noteworthy improvements in the latest build, including the option to turn the feature off across all open windows. You can also choose to hide the title bar when using vertical tabs, which frees up a bit more screen real estate.
The latest version of Edge Beta is also more secure because it automatically switches to an HTTPS connection on websites that support it. HTTPS support is hidden behind a flag at the moment. Our news editor further explains the benefits of HTTPS in his post highlighting the feature:
There are also changes to pinning the HIstory and Downloads menus, new features for Immersive Reader, and improvements to progressive web apps.
Once the changelog is available, you can check it out on Microsoft's website (opens in new tab).
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Microsoft Edge Beta recently received an upgrade to version 92. The latest build includes improvements to vertical tabs and several other new features.
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