Edge Dev 115.0.1901.5 Released with Android Tweaks and Small Changes

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Edge Dev 115.0.1901.5 Released with Android Tweaks and Small Changes
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Microsoft has started releasing a new version of Edge on its developer channel, Edge Dev, for both desktop and mobile devices. A version 115.0.1901.5 brings some small tweaks, improvements and new features on several platforms, which should be made official for the general public in a stable version to be released on July 20th.

While the changelist mentions new features for Edge on Android and iOS, those two platforms will receive the build at a later date. On Android, the changelog cites, among the new features, the addition of voice search in Discover; the edit wallpaper option in the NTP page layout menu and in the new tab page setting; and reliability improvements and fixes.


The tweaks include fixes related to site permissions, crashes when exiting or deleting a workspace, and when trying to install a site as an app. Also cited are specific issues on Android loading pages and fixing the permission issue when uploading to Microsoft Edge Drop. On iOS, fixed the missing password hint option when creating a password, and fixed the missing profile picture when switching tabs on iOS.

Other changes include fixing missing title bar in Devtools and Windows; fixed STATUS_BREAKPOINT error message when loading a page and fixed bookmarks showing blank in workspace.

Edge automatically installs updates in the background. However, you can force update Edge by going to Menu > Help & Feedback > About Microsoft Edge. Those who want to try out the first builds of Microsoft Edge can download the latest Beta, Dev or Canary version from the official website.

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