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Microsoft launches new edge roadmap, Linux support in plan

via:博客园     time:2020/2/18 9:41:48     readed:32

Microsoft has released theroad map。 The roadmap includes planned, under discussion, under review, and unplanned features.

According to the latest roadmap, Microsoft's next priority is to synchronize favorites and enable extended synchronization between different devices. Last week, Microsoft introduced a new version of edge's Canary channel to testers with a synchronous extension feature that does not require a tag / option to enable.

Both of these planned features will be implemented in February, and will be completed in the same month: Set custom photos to

Some of the key functions in the plan also include:

  • Make edge available on Linux
  • Support to read PDF file out loud
  • Provides the option to keep specific cookies when clearing browse data
  • Add shared button to toolbar
  • Add the ability to write on a web page
  • Provide different sorting methods for favorites
  • Support the theme of chrome online app store
  • Disable the option to automatically play audio and video when opening a website

In addition, Microsoft plans to provide transparent themes for the browser framework, improve the size of address bar and its text, adopt fluent design, use square corner rather than rounded rectangle tabs, and reference a series of functions of classic edge, which are still under discussion and have not been officially included in the plan.

In addition to the identified features and potential features, Microsoft also lists the features not planned in the roadmap, including support for common operations such as mouse gestures for navigation and tag closing, as well as support for using Google account to log in to the browser.

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