Microsoft’s “Project Kodiak” will reportedly enhance the Edge browsing experience

Kevin Okemwa

Edge Insider

Over this past year, Microsoft has relentlessly added a ton of features as well as improvements to its browser Edge with the aim of enhancing the user experience and ultimately attracting more people to it.

For instance, the Sidebar was incorporated into the browser to provide users with easy accessibility and a better web navigation experience. The browser also features Efficiency mode which is designed to help users save their battery life.

And now, as spotted by Leopeva64 on Twitter, Microsoft seems to be working on a new feature that could make it to Edge in the future, Project Kodiak. Though there’s little information to go on, per the screenshot shared, this feature once released will help Edge users with “a better browser experience for their personal and work lives – Mac, Windows, Linux”.

No additional details are provided regarding this feature. Perhaps, it could be a plethora of nifty features that provide users with an optimized and unified browsing experience in Edge. To this end, we can only wait and see what’s in store for us as far as “Project Kodiak” is concerned. That is if Microsoft decides to make the release.

In other Edge related news, Microsoft Edge 108 recently hit the Stable Channel, be sure to check out our post for more information. Share your thoughts with us below.

via: Neowin