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Microsoft Edge version 107 ships to the Stable Channel — here's the highlights

Microsoft Edge version 107 has shipped to the Stable Channel for everyone to download. Besides the two feature updates, this release is mostly security-centric.

A feature added to Edge Stable version 104, the Edge Sidebar, is listed as a feature update. As we had earlier reported, Microsoft Edge's 104 Stable Channel build added Search, Discover, Office.com, and Outlook to the sidebar with the aim of enhancing accessibility within the browser.

What's more, there's also a new policy that is designed to provide users with more flexibility in Microsoft Edge startup. It will allow you to "add and remove their own URLs to open when starting Microsoft Edge while maintaining the mandatory list of sites specified by the admin".

As usual, the release brings some depreciated and new policies. We invite you to check out Microsoft's changelog for more on these.

Microsoft Edge should auto-update to the latest version, but if it does not, you can trigger it manually. Just head to the browser's menu, choose Help and Feedback then About Microsoft Edge and wait for the update to download, and then restart.

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