Microsoft’s Edge Browser update gets 100% in HTML5 Accessibility browser test on Windows OS. HTML5 features across major browsers on HTML5 accessibility site has shown Edge 14 as the lone browser to get a perfect result as stated in the report.
Microsoft Edge ranks first in HTML5 accessibility test leaving behind Google chrome and Mozilla firefox 47.New HTML5 accessibility-supported by major browsers.
The new Edge features:
- Pinned Tabs
- Paste and Go
- Notifications from websites
- Swipe to navigate
- Image recognition
- Better power efficiency
- New EdgeHTML 14
In the older versions, it did not have extension support. Popular brands like AdBlock and AdBlock Plus, Amazon, Microsoft Translate, LastPass, Evernote, Pinterest, Office Online and much more have extensions now. In Windows Store in future updates, Microsoft will continue to bring others, highest quality for customers is ensured.
Pinned tabs can be created by you, by right clicking on the page. This URL bar appears on the left side are automatically updated.
Paste and Go:
If you want to copy the link, right click on the address bar and select “Paste and go” from the context menu to directly navigate to the site.
Notifications from websites:
Now it supports for notifications from open websites with the messages or updates from Skype, slack, or WhatsApp. It can be viewed from the notification center and it is permission-based.
Swipe to navigate:
In awareness of touch, new swipe commands have been added left or right is the same as the mouse click on the forward and backward buttons.
Images can be recognized by right-clicking on an image and get the information related to it or find similar images
Better import from Firefox, IE or Chrome is organized via a “tree hub” instead of a long list.
Better power efficiency:
Up to 90% can provide better battery life due to features like pausing non-essential flash content, and lower use of CPU and GPY cycles.
Edge provides protection against code injection and now has kernel attack protection. Flash is also hidden into a separate AppContainer.