Microsoft has recently launched a new version of its Edge browser for both Windows and MacOS systems
In addition to bug fixes and some fixes, the new features introduced by Microsoft also include a new kids mode and the availability of the Password Monitor for all users. Kids mode makes it easier for parents to control which sites their children visit. A number of approved websites and which can be expanded. Edge also has two age settings: 5-8 years old and 9-12 years old.
Password Monitor instead is a feature that allows the user to save your login credentials to the sites. This way you can access them much faster. It is also able to generate passwords with very complex sequences thanks to the integrated generator. In addition it was improved the search for multimedia contents through the Bing search engine. Now you can browse the videos divided by categories; and possible create playlists even just taking and dragging the contents together. This is a very interesting feature.
Another noteworthy news is that concerning the chronology. From now on it is possible to search for a previously visited site without remembering the actual name. Just know even just a term which has to do with the page you are looking for. This new feature is very interesting in that the history is sometimes not considered, and it is often overlooked by programmers and updates.
These new fixes, before being introduced, were extensively tested in versions distributed to testers. There should be no bug issues brought about by the update.
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