Microsoft is betting big on Edge browser in the fight against
third-party alternatives like Google Chrome and Mozilla
Firefox. The company appears to be improving the Settings page
in Edge browser with Windows 10 Redstone 5 update, and while
it’s a minor change, but it still looks good.
In Windows 10 April 2018 Update, security and privacy settings
can be accessed from Menu > Settings > Advanced >
Privacy and services.
The next Windows 10 Redstone 5 preview builds will introduce a
new and improved Settings page in Microsoft Edge browser. For
example, you’ll find a new page dedicated to privacy and
security. It can be accessed from Menu (three dots) >
Settings > Privacy & security.
In addition to the new Settings page, Microsoft is also
bringing shadows effect from Fluent Design system to the tabs.
Eric to the principal’s office…
(We alluded to this in last week’s flight notes, you’ll see
this and some other tweaks in our next flight 😉)
— Kyle Pflug (@kylealden)
June 21, 2018
There’s no doubt that the browser improved significantly since
it first rolled out in July 2015, and is only getting better
with every feature update.
Microsoft Edge receives updates twice each year as part of new
Windows 10 feature updates, and the aforementioned changes will
be released to the public later this year with Redstone 5