Here’s what’s new in Microsoft Edge on Windows 10 build 10122

Here's what's new in Microsoft Edge on Windows 10 build 10122

Earlier today, Microsoft rolled out a new build of Windows 10 to Windows Insiders, and with this new build comes new improvements. Thanks to Microsoft’s new Edge changelog website, we know exactly what’s new in build 10122.

For example, Edge now supports InPrivate mode, a revamped New Tab page, the ability to pin websites to Start, a functional History video, and an animating Reading view icon when suitable content is detected. Take a look at the full change log below:

  • HTML5 date/week/month inputs are now supported by default
  • CSS3 cursor values (zoom-in and zoom-out) are now supported
  • Preview New Tab Page now features top sites, featured apps, and curated content from MSN
  • InPrivate mode is now supported
  • Sites can now be pinned to Start
  • History view is now functional
  • Reading view icon now animates when suitable content is detected
  • Tabs now have icons to indicate when they are playing audio or recording

Known issues with Edge on build 10122 includes issues with full-screen content not being displayed properly and the inability to access localhost. The browser is also known to crash on devices with AMD GPUs, however Microsoft is working on a fix.

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