Microsoft released a new update for its browser Edge in the Stable Channel, bumping it up to version 114.0.1823.37. The update is pretty much security-centric, with tons of policy updates and fixes. However, it does feature a notable change.
The browser’s Edge Workspace feature was first unveiled during Microsoft’s Ignite conference last year, and recently shipped to public preview home-based users. is getting a significant enhancement. It’s designed to enable users to share a collection of tabs with other users.
It essentially enables groups of individuals to synchronize their tab access by logging into their Microsoft account, ensuring streamlined collaboration. And now, according to Microsoft:
- Microsoft Edge Workspaces. Edge Workspaces provides a way for customers to organize their browsing tasks into dedicated windows. Edge Workspaces lets users share a set of browser tabs so working groups can view the same websites and latest working files in one place and stay on the same page. Each Edge Workspace contains its own set of tabs and favorites, all created and curated by the user and their collaborators. Edge Workspaces are automatically saved and kept up to date.
Aside from these feature updates, the release also features some depreciated and new policies. We invite you to check out Microsoft’s changelog for more details.
Microsoft Edge should auto-update to the latest version, but you can trigger it manually if it doesn’t. Head to the browser’s menu, choose Help and Feedback, then About Microsoft Edge, wait for the update to download, and then restart.