New Microsoft Edge features
New features in Microsoft Edge:
- Making it easier to move from another browser: Users can now migrate Cookies and Settings from Chrome to Microsoft Edge, which will make it easier for users to make the move to Microsoft Edge as their primary browser.
Improvements to EPUB reading:
- Copy and Ask Cortana: Now, when you select your text, you can Copy and Ask Cortana in addition to adding notes, highlighting and underlining. Cortana can help you do a little research while you???re reading an EPUB book.
- Ink Notes: Got ink? Add a note and write or draw on it with your pen.
- Books roamed across devices: Your books from the Windows Store are available on your Windows 10 devices, and your reading progress, bookmarks, and notes are kept in sync.
Improved Favorites experience:
- New experience when saving new favorites: You can now view your favorites as a directory tree when you save new favorites, and collapse or expand folders from within the ???Add to favorites??? dialog. Just click the ???Save in??? folder list to get started!
- Edit URL for Favorites: You can now edit the URL of any favorite in the Favorites menu or the Favorites Bar. You can use this to update the location of a site that has moved, or to create Bookmarklets in the favorites bar.
- Favorite manageability for Enterprise: IT admins can now configure favorites via group policy and mobile device management, including the ability to define and lock pre-configured favorites in addition to the user???s favorites.
New web platform features
- CSS Grid Layout: Added support for CSS Grid Layout (behind the ???Enable unprefixed CSS Grid Layout support??? flag)
- High Resolution Time L3: Added support for High Resolution Time Level 3
Known issues in build
- CSS Grid auto placement and sizing may be incorrect
- CSS Grid line names should be serialized when serializing grid-template-columns-rows getComputedStyle.