Microsoft Edge 93 Beta Channel Arrived

Microsoft Edge 93 took its place on the Beta channel with many innovations.

Microsoft, Edge 93 by releasing the version to the Beta channel Edge Beta It brought a number of new features for those using the versions. Build number available to users 93.0.961.11 Let me also point out.

It may not come as a big surprise to those following the company’s Edge Insider builds, as the features have been tested on the Dev channel for a while. Additionally, the Beta channel in its current form is running a newer build to Dev channel users than the last one released. That will all change when the company releases the first Edge Dev 94 build and upgrades it to a newer version.

The first of the innovations in Edge 93 is tab groups, which has been in testing for a while. This feature allows users to manually group similar tabs into groups to better manage and access them easily.

Another addition is the ability to hide the title bar when using vertical tabs. This feature is a small but effective change that allows users to adopt a cleaner browser UI. When the tabs are aligned vertically, the feature integrates the minimize, maximize, and close icons in the title bar into the header of the browser, providing a little more room for the web page being viewed.

Additionally, macOS users will start seeing a new toolbar option to easily switch to Picture-in-Picture (PiP) mode when hovering over videos. Microsoft is also working on rolling out the feature to users on Windows.

Those who have not yet received the update can go to the About Microsoft Edge settings page and check for updates to pull the update. Microsoft Edge 93 is expected to hit the stable channel in the first week of September.

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