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Microsoft Edge 101.0.1210.53 / 101.0.1210.47 for Android

Microsoft Edge 101.0.1210.53 / 101.0.1210.47 for Android
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Microsoft Edge is a lightweight web browser for Windows, Android and iOS. It gives you one continuous browsing experience across your mobile devices to your Microsoft Windows 10 or 11 PC.

Your stuff syncs in the background, allowing you to browse across devices, without skipping a beat. It has new features, including integration with Cortana, annotation tools, and a reading mode.

You can view your favorites, reading list, browsing history, and downloads at the Hub. A sidebar providing functionality similar to Internet Explorer’s Downloads manager and Favorites Center. In addition, the browser includes an integrated PDF reader. It also supports asm.js.

Microsoft Edge does not support legacy technologies such as ActiveX and Browser Helper Objects, and will instead use an extension system.

Familiar Microsoft Edge features like the Hub allow users to organize the web in a way that cuts through the clutter, making it easier to find, view and manage their content on-the-go.

Microsoft Edge Features:

Continue on PC: Go anywhere and pick up where you left off by seamlessly moving content between your mobile device and PC.

Data Sync: Your favourites, passwords and reading list are synced across your devices. So no matter the device, your browser is always personalised to you.

Hub View: Your favourites, reading list, history and books all in one place. Finding and managing your content is simple.

QR Code Reader: Easily read QR codes at the touch of a button. Microsoft Edge will pull up the reading and information right onto your screen.

Voice Search: You can now use your voice to search the web. Ask a question or speak a prompt to use the web in more natural, familiar ways.

InPrivate: When you browse with InPrivate mode, your browsing data (history, temporary internet files, cookies) won’t saved on your PC.

Changes in Microsoft Edge 101.0.1210.53 (2022-05-19):

  • Fixed various bugs and performance issues.

Changes in Microsoft Edge 101.0.1210.32 (2022-04-28):

Feature updates

  • Ability to set the default profile. The EdgeDefaultProfileEnabled policy will let you set a default profile to use when opening the browser instead of the last profile that was used. This policy won’t be applicable if the –profile-directory parameter has been specified.
  • Client Certificate Switcher. This feature will offer a way for users to clear the remembered certificate and resurface the certificate picker when visiting a site that requires HTTP certificate authentication. This can be done without manually quitting Microsoft Edge.
  • Launch Progressive Web Apps (PWAs) from the favorites bar. Improvements to the PWA launch experience will start appearing with an Apps icon that can be added to the toolbar.
  • Manage the “Allow extensions from other stores” setting. Now you can use the ControlDefaultStateOfAllowExtensionFromOtherStoresSettingEnabled policy to set the default state of the “Allow extensions from other stores” setting.
  • Improvements to the Enterprise Site List Manager. Now you can configure shared cookies between Microsoft Edge and Internet Explorer on your enterprise site list. You can access the Enterprise Site List Manager at edge://compat/SiteListManager.

Policy updates

New policies

  • ConfigureKeyboardShortcuts – Configure the list of commands for which to disable keyboard shortcuts
  • ControlDefaultStateOfAllowExtensionFromOtherStoresSettingEnabled – Configure default state of Allow extensions from other stores setting
  • EdgeAssetDeliveryServiceEnabled – Allow features to download assets from the Asset Delivery Service
  • EdgeDefaultProfileEnabled – Default Profile Setting Enabled
  • InternetExplorerModeEnableSavePageAs – Allow Save page as in Internet Explorer mode
  • KioskSwipeGesturesEnabled – Swipe gestures in Microsoft Edge kiosk mode enabled
  • MicrosoftOfficeMenuEnabled – Allow users to access the Microsoft Office menu
  • SiteSafetyServicesEnabled – Allow users to configure Site safety services

Deprecated policies

  • ForceCertificatePromptsOnMultipleMatches – Configure whether Microsoft Edge should automatically select a certificate when there are multiple certificate matches for a site configured with “AutoSelectCertificateForUrls”

Obsoleted policies

  • WebSQLInThirdPartyContextEnabled – Force WebSQL in third-party contexts to be re-enabled

Changes in Microsoft Edge 100.0.1185.50 (2022-04-22):

  • Fixed various bugs and performance issues for Stable and Extended Stable release.

Changes in Microsoft Edge 100.0.1185.44 (2022-04-15):

  • This update contains a fix for CVE-2022-1364, which has been reported by the Chromium team as having an exploit in the wild.

Changes in Microsoft Edge 100.0.1185.39 (2022-04-11):

  • Fixed various bugs and performance issues for Stable and Extended Stable release.

Changes in Microsoft Edge 100.0.1185.36 (2022-04-07):

  • Stable channel security updates

Changes in Microsoft Edge 100.0.1185.29 (2022-04-01):

Feature updates

  • Three-digit version number in the User-agent string. Microsoft Edge will now send a three-digit version number, such as Edg/100 in the User-Agent header. This may confuse scripts or server-side analytics that use a buggy parser to determine the User-Agent string version number. You can use the ForceMajorVersionToMinorPositionInUserAgent policy to control whether the User-Agent string major version should be frozen at 99. Also, the #force-major-version-to-minor flag is available in edge://flags to freeze the major version in the User-Agent string to 99.
  • Streamlining Microsoft 365 Application Protocol Activations. Microsoft 365 Application Protocol Activations on trusted Microsoft cloud storage services will now launch certain Microsoft 365 applications directly, including SharePoint subdomains and Microsoft OneDrive URLs. You can use the policies AutoLaunchProtocolsComponentEnabled and AutoLaunchProtocolsFromOrigins to enable the application protocol activation prompts if desired, and to define other applications and services where warnings are enabled or disabled.
  • Hardware-enforced Stack Protection. Microsoft Edge will continue supporting more fine-grained protection by combating memory corruption vulnerabilities and by protecting indirect calls. Hardware-enforced stack protection is only supported by Windows 8 and later. For more information, see Hardware-enforced Stack Protection. This feature behavior can be controlled using the ShadowStackCrashRollbackBehavior policy.
  • Preview PDF files in Microsoft Outlook and File Explorer. Users can view a PDF file in a lightweight and rich read-only preview. This feature is available for Outlook Desktop PDF attachments or for local PDF files using File Explorer.
  • Open Digitally Signed PDF files. Digital signatures are used extensively to validate the authenticity of a document and changes made in a document. You can use the PDFSecureMode policy to enable digital signature validation for PDF files, directly from the browser, without the need for any add-ins.

Policy updates

New policies

  • AdsTransparencyEnabled – Configure if the ads transparency feature is enabled
  • DefaultWebHidGuardSetting – Control use of the WebHID API
  • HideRestoreDialogEnabled – Hide restore pages dialog after browser crash
  • PDFSecureMode – Secure mode and Certificate-based Digital Signature validation in native PDF reader
  • PromptOnMultipleMatchingCertificates – Prompt the user to select a certificate when multiple certificates match
  • WebHidAskForUrls – Allow the WebHID API on these sites
  • WebHidBlockedForUrls – Block the WebHID API on these sites

Deprecated policy

  • BackgroundTemplateListUpdatesEnabled – Enables background updates to the list of available templates for Collections and other features that use templates

Obsoleted policy

  • AllowSyncXHRInPageDismissal – Allow pages to send synchronous XHR requests during page dismissal

Changes in Microsoft Edge 99.0.1150.55 (2022-03-26):

  • This update contains a fix for CVE-2022-1096, which has been reported by the Chromium team as having an exploit in the wild.
  • Stable channel security updates

Changes in Microsoft Edge 99.0.1150.52 (2022-03-24):

  • Fixed various bugs and performance issues.

Changes in Microsoft Edge 99.0.1150.30 (2022-03-03):

Feature updates

  • Upcoming three-digit version number in user agent string. Starting with version 100, Microsoft Edge will send a three-digit version number in the User-Agent header, for example “Edg/100”. Starting with Microsoft Edge 97, site owners can test this upcoming agent string by enabling the #force-major-version-to-100 experiment flag in edge://flags to ensure their User-Agent parsing logic is robust and works as expected.
  • Personalize multi-profile experiences with profile preferences for sites. Users can personalize their multi-profile experience with the ability to create a customized list of sites for automatic profile switching in Microsoft Edge.
  • Navigate PDF documents using page thumbnails. You’ll now be able to navigate through your PDF document using thumbnails that represent the pages. These thumbnails will appear in the pane on the left side of the PDF reader.
  • Configure the list of domains for which the password manager User Interface (UI) for Save and Fill will be disabled. Use the PasswordManagerBlocklist policy to configure the list of domains (HTTP/HTTPS schemas and hostnames only) where Microsoft Edge should disable the password manager. This means that Save and Fill workflows will be disabled, which ensures that passwords for those websites can’t be saved or auto filled into web forms.
  • Custom primary password. The browser already has the capability where users can add an authentication step before saved passwords are auto filled in web forms. This adds another layer of privacy and helps prevent unauthorized users from using saved passwords to log on websites. Custom primary password is an evolution of that same feature, where users will now be able to use a custom string of their choice as their primary password. After it’s enabled, users will enter this password to authenticate themselves and have their saved passwords auto filled into web forms.

New Policies

  • DoNotSilentlyBlockProtocolsFromOrigins – Define a list of protocols that can not be silently blocked by anti-flood protection
  • ForceMajorVersionToMinorPositionInUserAgent – Enable or disable freezing the User-Agent string at major version 99
  • HubsSidebarEnabled – Show Hubs Sidebar
  • InternetExplorerIntegrationCloudNeutralSitesReporting – Configure reporting of potentially misconfigured neutral site URLs to the M365 Admin Center Site Lists app
  • InternetExplorerIntegrationCloudUserSitesReporting – Configure reporting of IE Mode user list entries to the M365 Admin Center Site Lists app
  • PasswordManagerBlocklist – Configure the list of domains for which the password manager UI (Save and Fill) will be disabled
  • RelatedMatchesCloudServiceEnabled – Configure Related Matches in Find on Page
  • SignInCtaOnNtpEnabled – Enable sign in click to action dialog
  • UserAgentReduction – Enable or disable the User-Agent Reduction

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Supported Operating Systems:

  • Windows 7, 8, 8.1, 10, 11 (64-bit)
  • Android 5.0 and higher,
  • iOS 14.0 or later.