The browser upgrade, expected to launch in October, will warn users when their saved passwords have been revealed by a data breach.
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Microsoft has begun telling companies about a variety of corporate features that have been baked into the browser.
Microsoft is starting the process of upgrading Windows 10 PCs running last year's April update and moving them to the latest version.
The next version of Windows 10, due out later this year, will continue to offer Windows Update for Business controls, Redmond says.
Microsoft is offering a sneak peek of group policies they could use to manage the still-under-development "full-Chromium" Edge.
Microsoft has made good on a March pledge by announcing that its most sophisticated endpoint security service is now available for Macs.
By adding 'tracking prevention' to the Chromium-based version of Edge, Microsoft can show it's putting a little distance between its browser and Google Chrome.
Mozilla has released a preview of its next-generation browser for Android. The new browser is twice as fast at rendering pages as Android Firefox and has anti-ad tracking turned on by default.
Microsoft has announced changes to its OneDrive storage service that will let consumers protect some or even all of their cloud-stored documents.
Apple earlier this month issued previews for this year's upgrades to iOS and macOS, its two most popular operating systems, at the firm's annual Worldwide Developers Conference.
Microsoft has unveiled preliminary versions of its remade Edge browser for Windows 7, Windows 8 and Windows 8.1.
But the company's decision not to stick with a set update schedule when Edge reaches the Stable version raises questions about how quickly the Chromium-based Edge will get security fixes.
Microsoft has quietly alerted customers running last year's Windows 10 version 1803 that it would soon start a forced upgrade to the latest feature refresh.
Google has asked for help in identifying suspicious websites, offering users of its Chrome browser an add-on that lets them rat out URLs.
It's been two years since Adobe announced it would finally kill off its Flash Player; browser makers plan to follow suit on their own timelines.