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Check out these new features coming to Microsoft Edge with Windows 10 Anniversary Update

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Check out these new features coming to Microsoft Edge with Windows 10 Anniversary Update

At Build 2016, Microsoft revealed new features coming for Microsoft Edge which includes biometrics security & improved extension support. In one of the sessions at Build 2016, Microsoft gave developers some more info on what’s coming to Edge with the Anniversary Update. 

The company announced that AdBlock, Amazon, OneNote, Evernote and LastPass will be releasing Extensions for Microsoft Edge this year. Additionally, they also revealed that it is bringing back a nice feature: swipe back/forward for navigating between web pages. Moreover, the company is also planning to bring native Bing Translator integration inside Edge, which is quite neat.

Also, Microsoft is planning to make Extensions connect to native Windows 10 apps similar to Chrome apps. This is currently in the roadmap, and it could potentially very useful when it arrives. When a user downloads an Extension from the Store, the Store will list  applications which the Extensions wants access to — and, when the user grants the access, the Extensions will be able to connect and talk with that specific app. For example, when the user downloads the Amazon extension, Store will notify the user that the extension requires access to the Amazon app — once granted, the Amazon extension will be able to connect with the Amazon app and do some interesting things, kind of like the Chrome Apps. Unfortunately, as this feature is still only on the road map Microsoft did not t reveal much more about it.

Source : MSPU


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