Microsoft recently a new Insider build for Insiders on the Fast Ring for PC, build 14986.
The Build came with a massive change-log of improvements along with a couple of few new features to make Cortana more awesome.
Along the lines, Microsoft Edge on Windows 10 too is growing fast with its list of features, and with build 14986 added a number of new web platform features which include support for Brotli compressed data format, individual transform syntax for CSS transforms, and partial support for CSS Custom Properties etc.
Intel TrueKey extension adds biometric authentication to your browser. It remembers your passwords, so you don’t have to. You can quickly log in to your favorite sites using features that are unique to you, such as your face or fingerprint.
Read & Write extension for Microsoft Edge™ offers a range of powerful support tools to help students with learning difficulties, dyslexia or ELL/ESL, gain confidence with reading, writing, studying and research.
For developers, it brings an improved ES6 Modules debugging experience and some fixes to F12 dev tools as well.
New platform features:
- Support for the Brotli compressed data format (on by default) as an HTTP content-encoding method
- Support for the individual transform syntax for CSS transforms (behind a flag)
- Updated the MS-prefixed FIDO 2.0 implementation to match the latest W3C Web Authentication specification
- Partial support for CSS Custom Properties (aka CSS Variables)
- Preliminary implementation of the Payment Request DOM API
- Preliminary support for the IntersectionObserver API
- Core platform support for Fetch abstraction (behind a flag)
- Async/await is on by default (previously behind a flag)
- DOM performance improvements
- Console filter settings will persist for buttons and context menu.
- Improved ES6 Modules debugging experience
- Fixed an issue that prevented attaching the F12 Developer Tools to Windows web apps
If you want to learn more about the Microsoft Edge Platform Status, visit this page here