The Microsoft Edge Dev browser has a new update to version 103. Updates to apps either mobile or web are available to ensure certain changes, squash bugs, or make improvements to the user experience. These are the exact reasons Microsoft’s new release for the Edge browser was made. Let’s take a look at what this update will bring for users.
The added features include the ability to pin PWA/websites installed as apps to the taskbar from their menus. Enabling users with the developer settings turned on to more easily access all web apps installed directly from their Microsoft Windows home screen. This is under the category of accessibility features.
The second feature will enable users easily search through their browser history. This feature is available by default for all users in the developer community. Finding stuff you previously browsed will be more straightforward thanks to this upgrade. Users can make such history searches with simple and natural English, like, “YouTube from last week.”
The last new feature will enable users to set the zoom display type. Making use of the currently set display scale, it picks the exact level the zoom display will start. With this update If you set your display scale to 100% then the zoom display on the Edge Dev browser will start at 100%.
Asides from these three new features, a few other changes and corrections come loaded with the new update. Such features as fixes to a few crash problems that plagued previous Edge versions. This new Edge Dev Browser 103 also bring ms solution to other issues present in the Internet Explorer. All of these updates and improvements aim to create a more useable browser! All features mentioned are available for only Beta users on the Microsoft Dev channel. In the coming weeks, they will roll out to more people and regular users will be able to enjoy this feature.