Microsoft Edge version 104 hit the stable channel for everyone to download on Friday. This comes a month after version 104 hit the beta channel with Edge Insiders. The update comes with a notable feature, the new Enhanced Security mode, it now comes with a Basic option which is already toggled by default. Users that make this update will also be able to access all their Chrome data by logging in to their Google account during Microsoft Edge’s First Run Experience, even if they do not have Google Chrome installed.
Here’s the full changelog for this release:
- AllowedDomainsForApps – Define domains allowed to access Google Workspace
- AskBeforeCloseEnabled – Get user confirmation before closing a browser window with multiple tabs
- BrowserCodeIntegritySetting – Configure browser process code integrity guard setting
- DoubleClickCloseTabEnabled – Double Click feature in Microsoft Edge enabled (only available in China)
- ImportOnEachLaunch – Allow import of data from other browsers on each Microsoft Edge launch
- QuickSearchShowMiniMenu – Enables Microsoft Edge mini menu
- PasswordManagerRestrictLengthEnabled – Restrict the length of passwords that can be saved in the Password Manager
- PDFXFAEnabled – XFA support in native PDF reader enabled
- TextPredictionEnabled – Text prediction enabled by default
- U2fSecurityKeyApiEnabled – Allow using the deprecated U2F Security Key API
Be sure to check out Microsoft’s blog to keep track of policy changes that have been added as well as those that have been removed. As usual, Edge should download this update automatically, but if this is not the case, head on over to the Help and Feedback menu in Edge, choose About Microsoft Edge and then restart the web browser when prompted.