The latest version of Microsoft Edge, 98.0.1108.43, is now available as an upgrade.
The new version of Edge includes a more secure browsing mode.
Individuals can now create multiple distinct user profiles within Microsoft Edge and each one can be set up with their own preferences.
Microsoft Edge was introduced in 2015 as the company’s new web browser. Microsoft rewrote Edge atop Google’s open-source browser Chromium since the original version failed to capture users’ attention. Today, the Edge browser includes many of the same features as Google Chrome and much more improvements over its predecessor.
Microsoft has published Edge version 98.0.1108.43, which includes a number of new improvements, including a more secure surfing mode. According to the business, this is a special browsing mode in Microsoft Edge that prioritizes browser security and adds another layer of safety for consumers. Microsoft Edge allows users to define a list of sites that will trigger automatic profile switching, further customizing their multi-profile experience.
If you don’t want everyone to know which websites and pages you’ve visited and why you can control that information in Microsoft Edge. When you close your browser, you may choose to manually erase your history or have the surfing engine do it for you automatically.
Microsoft has released an update to Edge, version 98.0.11.08.43, which includes the following new features:
You should take measures to protect yourself better online. Microsoft Edge has a “Private Mode” that prioritizes browser security, making the browser an additional safeguard for users. End-user PCs (Windows, macOS, and Linux) can be protected from vulnerabilities in the wild by enforcing group policies set by administrators (also referred to as 0-days). This browsing mode is supported by the following group policies:
Enhance Security Mode Enforce List Domains
Profile settings for sites allow you to customize your experience across several profiles. Microsoft Edge allows users to define a list of sites that will trigger automatic profile switching, further customizing their multi-profile experience.
The upcoming user agent string version will include three digits. For the first time, Microsoft Edge will include a version number in the User-Agent header, in the format “Edge/100.” This practice was first introduced in Internet Explorer 9, and it has since been adopted by other browsers. With Microsoft Edge 97, developers can check if their User-Agent parsing logic is foolproof by enabling the #force-major-version-to-100 experiment flag in edge:/flags.
Stop supporting WebRTC’s fallback SDP semantics. With this update, the use of the Plan B dialect of the Session Description Protocol (SDP) is being phased out. The Unified Plan, a spec-compliant and cross-browser-compatible SDP format is gradually replacing this previous SDP format.
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