What do you want to know
- Microsoft recently rolled out an update to Edge Dev that brings the browser to version 106.0.1349.
- The update adds the ability to label passwords with a nickname for easy identification.
- The latest version of Edge also includes a long list of fixes and general improvements.
Microsoft has just released an update to Edge Dev that brings the browser to version 106.0.1349.1. The update brings the ability to nickname passwords, making them easier to identify. There’s also the normal range of fixes and general improvements.
Edge Dev version 106.0.1349.1 adds full-page history date filtering for history and new policies related to upstream and downstream changes.
Here’s what’s new and improved, as reported by Microsoft (opens in a new tab):
- Added new upstream policies and corresponding downstream changes
- Added full-page history date filtering for history
- Enabling the nickname password feature
- Disabled pinning options in the menu for a specific website, if the website is already pinned to the taskbar
- Improved smart searches in history (e.g. “videos from last week”)
- Improved camera functionality for websites on Android
- Fixed an issue where some address bar instant replies were unnecessarily truncated
- Fixed narrator announcements in settings
- Fixed various crashes
- Updated a policy so that when signed in to Microsoft Edge with a work or school (AAD) account, comments are associated with the account and organization
- Fixed an issue where comments could not be sent from the side pane
- Fixed an error when trying to generate a QR code on Android
- Fixed a crash when switching profiles on iOS
You can download Microsoft Edge Dev from the Microsoft website or try other Insider builds of the browser.