Microsoft Edge 92 brings password health dashboard and more features


Microsoft Edge version 92 is rolling out to the Stable channel with a host of new features, including a password health dashboard, an Outlook browser extension, and a New Tab page, among others.

Starting with the Password Health dashboard, the new feature will tell you if saved passwords are strong enough and also show if they have been used across multiple sites, helping you stay more secure. in line.

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In addition, a new feature that allows users to use their saved credentials to log into other apps and browsers on their mobile phones will also be available soon.

Then, with Microsoft Edge version 92, you can stay on top of your Microsoft Outlook inbox, calendar, tasks, and more without having to open a new browser window. The Microsoft Outlook browser extension allows you to quickly access your Outlook work account or your personal or Hotmail account without switching to another tab or application.

Microsoft has also introduced a new way to save and review your captures, with an option to save to a new or existing collection in Edge. You can save web captures to collections by selecting “Add to collections”.

Additionally, you can now share your response to news and headlines on Microsoft Edge’s New Tab page. You can use emojis, read other people’s comments or log in, create a profile and join the conversation. The feature is currently available in a limited number of countries and will expand to more in the coming months.

Finally, Microsoft also announced the “Back to School Hub” on Bing which brings together relevant products and introduces you to offerings, helping you save time and money while your kids prepare for a new school year. It also overlays additional information like price drop notifications, similar products, item details, etc.


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