Microsoft started its Ability Summit today. At the event, the company outlined several ways that its Edge browser improves accessibility to the web.
Microsoft has tried to convince people to move away from passwords for half a decade. This week, the company announced support for a FIDO standard to help make people shift away from passwords.
Internet Explorer will be retired on June 15, 2022, but Microsoft highlights that organizations can move away from the legacy browser now.
A support document was recently spotted for Microsoft Edge Secure Network. The feature will allow users to browse the web through an encrypted connection that prevents online tracking.
The latest version of Microsoft Edge Canary lets you delete default search engines. The behavior was available previously but was taken away for some time.
Brave is working on a De-AMP feature that will direct people away from AMP links. The company claims that AMP is harmful to the web and that it pushes the “monopolization of the Web” by Google.
The latest version of Microsoft Edge Dev lets users control if the Network Service Sandbox is enabled. The build also brings a handful of improvements and fixes.
Do you use Edge Canary? Then be on the lookout for a "save passwords automatically" option within your Edge password settings.
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