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Microsoft Edge version 107 is now available on Windows, macOS, and Linux. Since the web browser moved to a 4-week release cycle last year, monthly updates have been somewhat less significant, though the release notesMicrosoft publishes don’t always tell the full story.

According to the release notes for Microsoft Edge version 107, the Edge sidebar is the main new feature, though as far as I know, it was already available on Edge 106 as well. If you haven’t seen it yet, this sidebar provides access to Bing search, Outlook.com, Office, casual games, and tools such as a calculator and unit converter. If you find it intrusive, you can disable this sidebar with one click, and IT admins can also disable it with a Group Policy.

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There are also several new policies in Microsoft Edge 107, including one for enabling the Workspaces feature Microsoft announced at Ignite earlier this month. Workspaces are still in preview, but they let users share a set of tabs and favorites with others while keeping everything in sync. Edge Workspaces currently require an Azure AD account, and you can also enable it with the #edge-workspaces flag.

Microsoft Edge 107 follows the release of Google Chrome 107 earlier this week. In addition to security fixes, this update brings a password import feature to Chrome’s Password Manager, as well as a redesigned Download interface.

 
 
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Changes in Microsoft Edge 102.0.1245.30 (2022-05-31):

New policies

  • AllHttpAuthSchemesAllowedForOrigins – List of origins that allow all HTTP authentication
  • OutlookHubMenuEnabled – Allow users to access the Outlook menu
  • NetworkServiceSandboxEnabled – Enable the network service sandbox
  • UserAgentClientHintsGREASEUpdateEnabled – Control the User-Agent Client Hints GREASE Update feature
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Changes in Microsoft Edge 104.0.1293.47 (2022-08-05):

Feature updates

  • Enhance your security on the web. Improvements to Enhance your security on the web in edge://settings/privacynow include Basic as the new default option. With this option, Microsoft Edge will apply added security protection to the less visited sites. This feature preserves the user experience for the most popular sites on the web.
  • Import Chrome data without Chrome during First Run Experience. This feature lets a user bring in their Chrome data by logging in to their Google account during Microsoft Edge’s First Run Experience. This feature can be turned off by disabling First Run Experience with the HideFirstRunExperience policy, or by setting AutoImportAtFirstRun to ‘DisabledAutoImport’.

New policies

  • 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

Obsoleted policy

  • U2fSecurityKeyApiEnabled – Allow using the deprecated U2F Security Key API
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Changes in Microsoft Edge 104.0.1293.63 (2022-08-19):

Feature updates

  • Microsoft Edge sidebar. The Microsoft Edge sidebar lets users access Microsoft Edge features side-by-side with their browsing window. Available features include Discover, Bing search, Outlook, Office, Games, and Tools such as a unit converter and Internet speed test. Administrators can control the availability of the Microsoft Edge sidebar by using the HubsSidebarEnabled policy. Note: This is a controlled feature rollout. If you don’t see this feature, check back as we continue our rollout.
  • Search in the Microsoft Edge sidebar. Easily access an updated sidebar search via Microsoft Edge sidebar, including easy access to Microsoft Search in Bing for organizations. Note: This is a controlled feature rollout. If you don’t see this feature, check back as we continue our rollout.
  • Gaming for the Microsoft Edge sidebar. Play popular casual games for free. Administrators can control the availability of the Games menu in the Microsoft Edge sidebar by using the AllowGamesMenu policy. Note: This is a controlled feature rollout. If you don’t see this feature, check back as we continue our rollout.
  • Discover in the Microsoft Edge sidebar. Discover content relevant to the page you’re browsing including summaries, source information, and more. Note: This is a controlled feature rollout. If you don’t see this feature, check back as we continue our rollout.
  • Get your favorite tools in the Microsoft Edge sidebar.Easily access commonly used tools while you browse the web, including Calculator, Internet speed test, and Unit converter. Note: This is a controlled feature rollout. If you don’t see this feature, check back as we continue our rollout.
  • Outlook in the Microsoft Edge sidebar. Quickly and easily access Outlook Mail and Calendar. Administrators can control the Outlook menu in the Microsoft Edge sidebar by using the OutlookHubMenuEnabled policy. Note: This is a controlled feature rollout. If you don’t see this feature, check back as we continue our rollout.
  • Office in the Microsoft Edge sidebar. Quickly and easily access Microsoft Office documents and apps. Administrators can control the Microsoft Office menu in the Microsoft Edge sidebar by using the MicrosoftOfficeMenuEnabled policy. Note: This is a controlled feature rollout. If you don’t see this feature, check back as we continue our rollout.
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Version 105.0.1343.27: September 2, 2022

Important

This update contains a fix for CVE-2022-3075, which has been reported by the Chromium team as having an exploit in the wild. For more information, see the Security Update Guide.

Stable channel security updates are listed here.

Version 105.0.1343.25: September 1, 2022

Stable channel security updates are listed here.

Feature updates

Policy updates

New policies

Deprecated policies

Additional policy changes

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Changes in Edge 106.0.1370.37 (2022-10-06):

  • Fixed various bugs and performance issues.

Changes in Edge 106.0.1370.34 (2022-10-03):

Feature updates

  • More reliable web defense. Browse the web with more reliable protection thanks to the rewritten Microsoft Defender SmartScreen library for Microsoft Edge on Windows, which was introduced in Microsoft Edge version 103. The NewSmartScreenLibraryEnabled policy is now deprecated in Microsoft Edge version 106 and will be obsolete in Microsoft Edge version 107.
  • Increased Work Results in the Microsoft Edge address bar.We’ve increased the maximum number of work results that display in the address bar from 2 to 4, which offers greater visibility into the work content available to you as you search. This feature requires the AddressBarMicrosoftSearchInBingProviderEnabled policy enabled to work.

New policies

  • EfficiencyModeEnabled – Efficiency mode enabled
  • EfficiencyModeOnPowerEnabled – Enable efficiency mode when the device is connected to a power source
  • InternetExplorerIntegrationAlwaysUseOSCapture – Always use the OS capture engine to avoid issues with capturing Internet Explorer mode tabs
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Version 107.0.1418.24: October 27, 2022

Stable channel security updates are listed here.

Feature updates

  • Microsoft Edge sidebar. The Microsoft Edge sidebar lets users access productivity tools side-by-side with their browsing window. For enterprise customers, the following experiences are currently turned on by default: Search, Discover, Office.com, and Outlook. Administrators can control the availability and configure the Microsoft Edge sidebar using the HubsSidebarEnabled, ExtensionInstallBlockList, and ExtensionInstallForceList policies. The extension ID for each sidebar app can be found at edge://sidebar-internals. For more information, see Manage the sidebar in Microsoft Edge.

  • New policy to give more flexibility in Microsoft Edge startup. The RestoreOnStartupUserURLsEnabled policy lets users add and remove their own URLs to open when starting Microsoft Edge while maintaining the mandatory list of sites specified by the admin.

Policy updates

New policies

Deprecated policy

Obsoleted policy

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