Microsoft launches Edge enterprise roadmap and release schedule

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What you need to know

  • Microsoft released an Edge enterprise roadmap and release schedule today.
  • Both offer more insight into what features Microsoft has in the works and when new Beta and Stable builds are expected to release.
  • You can check out the enterprise roadmap (opens in new tab) and release schedule (opens in new tab) now.

Microsoft is making it easier to keep up with what's on the docket for Microsoft Edge, particularly for enterprise users. The company today launched the enterprise roadmap (opens in new tab) and release schedule (opens in new tab) for Edge.

"Since releasing the new Microsoft Edge, we've heard feedback that customers, especially in enterprise environments, need more visibility into our feature roadmap and release schedule so they can plan deployments and prepare for upcoming changes," Microsoft said in a blog post announcing the new pages.

The enterprise roadmap is a part of the Microsoft 365 roadmap portal. You can filter the product by "Microsoft Edge" and the release phase field by "Stable" and "Beta" channels. Microsoft recommends developers still use the Platform Status page to keep track of upcoming features.

The release schedule page, on the other hand, allows you to see Microsoft's intended release windows for upcoming Stable and Beta builds. Microsoft typically releases these new builds every six weeks. The list is arranged by major version releases with weeks Microsoft is targeting for upcoming releases.

Dan Thorp-Lancaster is the former Editor-in-Chief of Windows Central. He began working with Windows Central, Android Central, and iMore as a news writer in 2014 and is obsessed with tech of all sorts. You can follow Dan on Twitter @DthorpL and Instagram @heyitsdtl

  • In a sense, does anyone really care what these features will be at this point? Edge whether new or old is used by so few people that it's almost a non-starter. How about simply preventing autoplay on news channels something that extensions in Firefox and Google Chrome have been able to do for a few years now.
  • Yes people do care
  • if extensions in Chrome can do it, then the same extensions in Edge can too...