The “chrome” version of Microsoft Edge is my default browser for all WIN10 devices, as it offers good performance, compatibility, and advanced functionality.  More functional improvements are on the way for later

Simultaneously with the launch of its Microsoft 365 consumer plans today, March 30, Microsoft also is highlighting some “coming soon” consumer-centric features of its Chromium-based Edge browser. The new features include capabilities for Chromium-based Edge on Windows 10 PCs, as well as Edge features for Mac, iOS, and Android.

For the new “Chrome” Edge roadmap, these features will move from the “suggested” to “planned” categories for future enhancements later:

1. Microsoft is bringing a new password monitor capability to Edge. Password Monitor is not the same as a password manager like LastPass or Dashlane. The Edge Password Monitor feature will notify users if the credentials they’ve saved to autofill have been detected on the dark web, officials said.

2. Edge will allow support of “vertical tabs” along the side of browser window as an option

3. Collections feature will be coming to Edge on iOS and Android “later this spring.” Collections allow users to collect information from multiple Web sites and export it to files or just pick up with it later — all without having to open additional apps.

4. Smart Copy: A new feature for selecting, copying and pasting the exact content a user wants from a Web site while maintaining rich Web format. Pasted text will retain its original formatting, including images or links. This will be coming to the Edge Insider channels next month.

5. InPrivate search with Bing: A feature allowing those doing private “InPrivate” mode searches while using Bing. This is in testing in the Insider channel now and coming soon to the Stable Channel.
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