Microsoft has released a new update for the developer version of Chromium-based Edge. With the update, Edge’s Password Monitor feature has also come to the Mac version.
Microsoft has released a new update for the developer version of the new Chromium-based web browser Edge. With Microsoft Edge Dev version 89.0.760.0, Password Monitor, one of the popular features of the browser, is also available for Mac users.
Password Monitor, which you can start using by activating the “Show password” button in the “Password fields” in the “Passwords” submenu of Microsoft Edge’s Settings menu, enables you to save and edit your username and password for any website.
Microsoft adds new features to Edge
As we mentioned at the beginning of our news, the feature in question is currently only available for the developer version of the application. Therefore, standard users have to wait for the next update to the stable version of Password Monitor. With the aforementioned update, Microsoft has added Edge Update Policies, Browing Data Lifetime management policy, and Preferred Languages Identification management policy to the browser.
Some of the improvements and bug fixes included with Microsoft Edge Dev version 89.0.760.0:
- Fixed the error “Edge is still running” when reinstalling Edge.
- The download list has been arranged to show the output saved as a PDF.
- Installed extensions will be pinned to the toolbar by default.
- Fixed the issue where the screen tearing occurred while playing video or scrolling.
- Fixed the issue where vertical tabs got corrupted during drag and drop operations.
- Fixed issue where “Share” was not available when using Immersive Reader.
- Fixed an error where some downloads blocked by SmartScreen could not be interacted with.
- Fixed the issue where Edge does not work after the update on Mac.
- Fixed some keyboard shortcuts not working on Mac.