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Microsoft Edge Gets YouTube on Windows

Microsoft Edge is testing a YouTube integration through the Collections pane, as well as a new Discover tab in preview.

Microsoft Edge Gets Dedicated Games Panel

Users on Microsoft Edge will soon be able to access games through a new dedicated Games panel that is currently in preview.

Microsoft Edge Transparent Ads Tracker Will Exclude Some Advertisers

Microsoft Edge gets Transparent Ads tracker that gives users more information on how their data is accessed and used online.

Microsoft Edge Changes Draw Criticism from Vivaldi CEO

Vivaldi CEO Jon Von Tetzchner slams Microsoft Edge tactics and claims the company is “back to its old tricks” against competition.

Microsoft Edge Gets Detached Elements Tool for Managing Memory Leaks

Microsoft Edge 97 is adding a tool known as Detached Elements that handles Document Object Model (DOM) perfrmance issues.

Microsoft Edge Browser Game Embraces Winter

The Microsoft Edge “Surf Game” is now the “Ski Game” for a limited Holiday Season change to the 8-bit browser game.

Microsoft Edge 96 Reaches Stable Channel with Office File Viewer

Other new additions coming with Microsoft Edge 96 include the Math Solver, a new Dictionary, and the Super Duper Secure Mode.
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How to Disable or Enable Javascript in Chrome, Firefox, Microsoft Edge, and Opera

We show you how to disable or enable JavaScript in Chrome, Firefox, Microsoft Edge, and Opera, both permanently and temporarily.

Microsoft Edge Citations Feature Adds Automatic References

Microsoft Edge now has a Citations feature that is currently available to testers on the Canary and Dev preview channels.
Back in July, Microsoft acquired cloud security firm CloudKnox to bolster protection on the Microsoft Azure platform. This week, Microsoft is back to explain exactly how CloudKnox will work on Azure and how the service will function moving forward. Specifically, Microsoft says CloudKnox will continue to be available as a separate product for new and existing customers. For those who are using the service outside Azure, “sales, engineering, and service support” will now come from Microsoft. Pricing will also remain the same, says Alex Simons, corporate vice president for identity program management at Microsoft. Instead of lock down the service to Azure exclusivity, CloudKnox will continue as a multi-cloud security tool: "In fact, the #1 reason Microsoft purchased CloudKnox was to accelerate our ability to help customers manage their AWS and Google Cloud Platform, and VMware deployments," Simons points out, as reported by rcpmag. If you are unfamiliar with CloudKnox Security, it develops Cloud Infrastructure Entitlement Management (CIEM) services. As a leader in the space, the company allows organizations to manage permissions and privilege access. Using analytics, the platform protects against security breaches Azure Active Directory While it will be available across the cloud, Microsoft’s interest in CloudKnox was the benefits it can bring when integration with Azure Active Directory. It will allow customers to monitor and automate multi-cloud, cloud, and hybrid permissions. Microsoft has previously discussed the benefits th security tool brings to Azure AD: • “Automated and simplified access policy enforcement in one integrated multi-cloud platform for all human and workload identities. • The widest breadth of signal-enabling, high-precision machine learning-based anomaly detections. • Seamless integration with other Microsoft cloud security services, including Microsoft 365 Defender, Azure Defender and Azure Sentinel.”

Microsoft 365 to Add Increased Employee Surveillance Through Microsoft Edge

Admin on Microsoft 365 will soon be able to use machine learning to track employee actions through the Microsoft Edge browser.

Microsoft Edge Stable Build Now Available on Linux

As well as announcing Microsoft Edge Stable for Linux, Microsoft is also reminding users of IE Mode for the modern browser.

Microsoft Teams with Shopify for Bing and Edge Integration

A new Shopify collaboration will also be available on Microsoft Start as well as Bing and Edge, adding merchant products to the Shopping tab.

Microsoft Edge on Xbox Gets Nvidia GeForce Now Support

Xbox users can now play PC games from GeForce Now with mouse and keyboard support through Microsoft Edge.

Microsoft Edge Lands on Xbox Series X with Game Streaming Support

The modern Microsoft Edge is widely available on Xbox Series X with support for Discord and game streaming platforms.

Microsoft Pledges $100 Million to Bill Gates’ Breakthrough Energy Catalyst Project

Microsoft says the $100 million it is giving to Breakthrough Energy Catalyst will promote green technology, innovation, and investment.

Microsoft OneDrive Debuts as PWA for Edge and Chrome

Microsoft OneDrive is now available to install as a Progressive Web App (PWA) on Microsoft Edge and Chrome.

Mozilla Firefox Overcomes Microsoft Edge Default Barrier with In-Built Button

Mozilla has baked in a choice to make Firefox the default on Windows 11 and 10 directly into the browser through a clever system.

Microsoft Edge Testing Wikipedia-Backed Site Information Pop-Ups

Microsoft wants users to have more information about websites they visit on Microsoft Edge, and is leveraging Wikipedia to help.
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How to Change Default Search Engine in Chrome, Edge, Safari, Opera, and Firefox

Need to know how to change your default search engine or make Google your default search engine? This tutorial will show you how on all of the major browsers.

Microsoft Pledges $20 Billion U.S. Cybersecurity Investment

In a meeting with President Biden, Apple, Google, Amazon, and others made similar pledges to Microsoft’s $20 billion investment.