Latest Edge Dev build adds new features for Android users

Kevin Okemwa

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Earlier this week, Microsoft released Edge Dev build 110.0.1587.11. Yet again, the company has released another build to the Dev Channel for the browser bumping it to 111.0.1633.0. This is a fairly minor update as it adds one feature and the usual reliability fixes.

Android users will now be able to access the Wallpaper center with ease by simply long-pressing the New Tab Page. The update also features a ton of reliability fixes as well as policy updates that you can check out over at Microsoft’s blog post.

As usual, the update should roll out to users automatically, however, if this is not the case, you can trigger the update manually by visiting Edge’s Settings menu, then click on Help and Feedback, select About Microsoft Edge, and then wait for the browser to download the update.

In related news, Edge users may soon be able to split one window into two tabs to enhance productivity and efficiency. What’s more, though Windows Server 2012 is set to reach the end of support later this year in October it will also continue to receive Edge updates till Microsoft drops its support. However, it will just receive security updates, users should not expect any new features or improvements.