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June 20, 2015

Microsoft Edge is coming in the next Preview Build for Windows 10 Fast Insiders, and you should backup your favorites

Microsoft Edge is coming in the next Preview Build of Windows 10.

The Redmond Company announced the news today, along with some information regarding the requirement for connecting your MSA to your PC running Windows 10 Insider Preview.

The browser was originally announced in a conference in January, where Microsoft also announced that Windows 10 would be a free upgrade for Windows 7 and 8.x users. The new browser in Windows 10, was code-named as Project Spartan.

Project Spartan made its official debut, in Windows 10 Technical Preview Build 10049, which was released at the end of March. Three months later, and users are still using Spartan in Windows 10 [...]

 
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May 21, 2015

Microsoft Edge in Windows 10 Build 10122 – An analysis of what’s new in the browser

Microsoft released a new version of Windows 10 yesterday.

The Redmond Company rolled out Windows 10 Build 10122, to the Fast Ring users of the Windows Insider Program.

However, Microsoft Edge still remains as Project Spartan in the latest iteration of the OS. The browser is still under development and continues to be improved, with each build of Windows 10.

We analyze the full change-log of the new version of the browser.

Microsoft Edge in Windows 10 Build 10122 brings the following changes:

The browser now supports HTML5 date/week/month inputs by default. Zooming cursor values now support CSS3 for Zoom-in/Zoom-out. The new version of [...]

 
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April 4, 2015

Microsoft says it will disable Do Not Track by default in its browsers

Microsoft has backtracked on its commitment to the privacy standard called , Do Not Track (DNT).

DNT is a feature which prevents websites from tracking a user’s activities, to distribute ads.

The Redmond company announced today, that it will be disabling the DNT feature, as the default setting in its browsers.

This is what Brendon Lynch, Chief Privacy Officer, Microsoft wrote in a blog post:

Microsoft is changing how Do Not Track (DNT) is implemented in future versions of our browsers: We will no longer enable it as the default state in Windows Express Settings So Internet Explorer.

So DNT will be disabled by default in new computers, as well [...]

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