According to reports, the Windows 10 Creators Update will bring some improvements to Microsoft Edge browser. Many of the improvements are now appearing for the “fast-ring” Windows Insider Program testers, while others will be activated once the Creators Update will be released.
According to the U.S. government’s Digital Analytics Program, Microsoft Edge is still not being used by many users out there. It seems that the Microsoft Edge use at 3.6% over the last 90 days. On the other hand, Google Chrome is leading with 44.3%, followed by Safari with 25.9% and Internet Explorer by 15.2%.
Microsoft Edge to Receive Improvements
As soon as Windows 10 Creators Update kicks in, Microsoft Edge will be able to preview multiple open tabs in thumbnail view. At the same time, opened tabs can be set aside as a group, allowing you to visit them later. Microsoft claims that this is a way of staying organized and not losing tabs.
Users will most likely be able to block Flash content once the mentioned update will be released. We remind you that back in December 2016, Microsoft has announced that its browser will soon have this capability, but it didn’t mention when exactly this will happen.
Microsoft Edge will also receive the Content Security Policy Level 2 (CSP2) support. CSP2 is a World Wide Web Consortium (W3C)-recommended, which is designed to stop content injection attacks and cross-site scripting exploits.
As you can see, Microsoft is trying very hard to improve its Edge browser, hoping that, this way, more people will start using it. Unfortunately, it will take a while until Google Chrome or Safari users will give Microsoft’s Edge browser a chance, because usually, once you get attached to a browser, it’s hard to give up on it.
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