Edge Dev Channel continues to gain new features, now includes spell checker and more
Those who are still testing the new Microsoft Edge on the Dev channel can now try out some new features today. Yesterday, the company released build 81.0.389.2 to Edge Insiders on the weekly updates branch, with new features and reliability improvements over the last update.
Those who spend time writing on the web are sure to appreciate integration with the built-in spellchecker in Windows, making it easier to leave fewer typos in documents and other text bodies. Other new features include the option to hide Collections from the taskbar and a new dialog message to inform users when an extension is being installed in Edge from an external program. Here’s the full list:
Microsoft has also re-enabled favorites syncing for more users, and those who continue to be without it will see a “coming soon” message to let them know. The company has also patched up come other issues, such as those causing the browser to crash when the feedback button is used on the Mac, when using accessibility software, and other situations. Here’s what’s improved:
As a weekly build, there are also some known issues to be sorted out in a future release, as well. Among these include issues causing Edge windows to appear all black, an issues preventing Collections from being enabled by default for some, as well as issues audio and page zooming issues.
Are you trying out the Dev channel of Microsoft Edge? What do you think about what you see so far?
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