Microsoft Edge Stories August 8

The Microsoft Edge web browser, which is available not only for Windows but also for macOS and Linux, has been updated this week with some new features. With the latest update, Microsoft Edge users can now enable a new Enhanced Security Mode that makes web browsing safer on unknown websites.

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Microsoft Edge Stories May 3

While no one seemed to care about Internet Explorer, Microsoft is properly doing its homework as its Edge browser just surpassed Safari and became the second most popular desktop browser, according to an analysis.

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Microsoft Edge Stories February 2, 2021

Microsoft Edge browser now optimized for M1 Macs with latest stable release

Microsoft has launched the latest stable version of its Edge browser to the public and it’s now available as a specific build for Apple Silicon M1 Macs.

Microsoft Edge Stories May 20, 2019

Late last year, Microsoft announced that its Edge browser would be coming to macOS, but without a timeline. Now, the Canary and Dev builds of the Chromium-based Edge browser have leaked before Microsoft’s official announcement and are available to download from the company’s servers.

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Microsoft Edge Stories January 23, 2019

Microsoft Edge for iOS adds ‘NewsGuard’ feature, aiming to identify fake news

With growing concern over “fake news” on the web, Microsoft is adding a new NewsGuard feature to its Edge browser. The company says this will help users identify potentially fake content.

Microsoft Edge Stories July 17, 2018

I haven’t yet seen any particular reason to give Microsoft’s Edge browser a try, but one feature added to the beta today looks neat: you can now use a photo from your camera roll to perform a search in your choice of search engine.

This is not just a reverse Google Images search, where you can search for a photo already online, but is smarter than that …

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Microsoft Edge Stories November 30, 2017

Microsoft today has officially released its Edge browser on iOS. The company first made the app available in beta last month, but it’s now available for everyone who fancies installing a Microsoft browser on their iPhone – but don’t expect iPhone X or iPad optimization.

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