Microsoft recently released Microsoft Edge build 91.0.864.1 to Insiders on the Dev channel. It’s the final build of Edge Dev that will ship with version 91, apart from potentially a couple of small patches. Since the build is towards the end of the version 91 release cycle, there aren’t many big changes. There are, however, a handful of new features.
Here’s everything that’s new, as found in a Microsoft Tech Community post:
- Added options to print documents at their actual size or to fit them to the page.
- Added an option to prompt before closing a window with multiple tabs open.
- Added the ability to clear Media Foundation data on demand. Note that on-exit is coming later.
- Enabled Math Helper by default on Mac and Windows now that the rollout has completed.
- Added a management policy to enable Math Solver.
- Enabled support for the Chromium management policy to control Explicitly Allowed Network Ports.
- Added support for ClickOnce on Windows 7.
The build also includes several fixes and reliability improvements:
- Fixed a crash when dragging and dropping tabs.
- Fixed a crash on launch that makes it appear as though the browser isn’t opening.
- Fixed an issue where certain websites crash a few seconds after loading.
- Fixed a crash when interacting with the Favorites popup.
- Fixed a crash when sorting Collections.
- Fixed a crash when Collections sync is enabled.
- Fixed a crash when closing tabs while popups like the Find On Page bar are open.
- Fixed a crash when Shopping is enabled.
The update should roll out to your browser on its own, but you can also grab the latest version from Microsoft.
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