This week's Edge Dev update is all about fixes

Microsoft has released a new version of its Edge browser through the Dev channel, which is updated weekly. The new version is, and it's mostly about fixes.

Here's the full changelog:

  • Fixed an issue where Edge sometimes crashes on launch.

  • Fixed a crash when viewing settings in InPrivate.

  • Clicking the shortcut for a pinned website will now select a tab that contains the shortcut’s website if one is already open instead of opening a new tab every time.

  • Hovering over a website’s address on the history page now shows the full URL.

  • Fixed an issue where the first launch experience doesn’t happen if the user isn’t connected to the internet.

  • Fixed an issue where certain dialogs are cut off on small screens.

  • Fixed an issue where the side panels on certain edge:// pages aren’t visible when the window is at a narrow height.

  • Fixed an issue where the horizontal scrollbar did not appear on certain pages.

If you want something with a faster pace, you can always try out Edge Canary, which is updated daily. There's also going to be a Beta channel that's updated every six weeks; however, that's still unavailable. In fact, there's probably a lot that has to happen before it reaches beta status.

The browser still doesn't support any Windows 10 PCs with ARM processors, and it still doesn't support older versions of Windows. At least officially, it only supports Windows 10. It's available for Macs now, but only through Canary.

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