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Microsoft Edge and NAAEE partner to create a digital storytelling platform for environmental educators

NAAEE

The North American Association of Environmental Education (NAAEE) has chosen Microsoft Edge as its digital storytelling platform for environmental educators to tell their stories to the world. NAAEE has worked for over four decades to promote excellence in environmental education throughout North America and the world. Its mission is to accelerate environmental

Developers, UWP apps are ready to take advantage of WebRTC 1.0 and ORTC APIs

WebRTC

Microsoft in an official blog post revealed that Universal Windows Platform apps can now take advantage of WebRTC and ORTC APIs. In case you are not familiar with WebRTC, it is a free and open project that provides browsers and mobile applications with Real-Time Communications (RTC) capabilities via simple APIs. Google has already

Adguard AdBlocker extension for Edge now available on Windows Store

Adguard AdBlocker

AdGuard has released their official ad blocker extension for Microsoft Edge on the Windows Store. The extension makes it possible to block unwanted ads, spyware, adware and dialer installers. It also protects you from malware and phishing (optional) while browsing on the web. At the moment we’ve got more than 1,800,000 malicious websites on record.

Windows 10 Creators update to further escalate real-time communications (WebRTC 1.0) in Microsoft Edge

Windows 10 Creators Update

With the Windows 10 Creators Update, Microsoft Edge will receive a huge attention, features like plugin-free, interoperable video communication solutions across browsers and platforms. This has been possible since Microsoft Edge will enable the next generation of real time communications (RTC) with WebRTC 1.0 and support for the H.264/AVC and VP8 video codecs. Microsoft is

Microsoft EdgeHTML 15 now supports Content Security Policy Level 2

Windows 10 Creators Update

Microsoft recently announced support for Content Security Policy Level 2 (CSP2) in Microsoft Edge. This new feature is already available for Insiders on Fast ring starting with EdgeHTML 15.15002, and will ship to stable builds when the Windows 10 Creators Update becomes available. CSP2, is an effectual defense-in-depth mechanism against cross site scripting (XSS) and content injection attacks. It further

New Web Platform Features on Edge packed with W10 Build 15007

Build 15007

Build 15007 is the current insider build that was released to Insiders recently. This build came with a number of improvements both for PCs and Mobile devices. Microsoft Edge also received a number of significant improvements over the last build, build 15002 like you now have the ability to share tabs, import

Windows 10 build 15002 brings New Web Platform features on Edge

Microsoft recently released Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 15002 to insiders in the Fast Ring. Windows 10 Build 15002 is the first build of 2017 and it brings loads of improvements alongside some new features as well. Microsoft's own Edge browser also made it to the list that received some pretty handful

Microsoft Edge Switching to HTML5 only in Windows 10 Creators Update

Build 15007

With the Windows 10 Creators Update, the Edge browser will take a further step towards HTML 5 transition. That is because, Microsoft Edge will automatically block Flash content on web pages, by default. That doesn't mean, it won't support Flash, but a click-to run functionality for Flash content will be employed, which

Improve your browsing speed with Ghostery for Microsoft Edge

Ghostery

If you use Microsoft Edge as your daily browser of choice (which i doubt) and want to improve your browsing speed by eliminating clutter and other tracking scripts that slow down the page loads, then in this case Ghostery is your best friend. Ghostery extension is now available on Edge Browser and

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