Microsoft Edge 99 Gets Better With Custom Passwords and Easy PDF navigation

Microsoft Edge 99

Microsoft Edge 99 update has been released with custom passwords for autofill, easier PDF navigation including the ability to personalize multiple profiles. The addition of custom passwords feature enables users to add a custom string as their main password while accessing the “autofill password” option.

This functionality will facilitate users to provide the custom password to allow their actual passwords to pave way inside web forms. The custom passwords is an extension of the authentication code, which makes use of Windows Hello and the login password. You will be able to personalize multiple profiles by adding a list of several websites for each profile in Microsoft Edge 99.

Microsoft Edge 99 also provides an ability to navigate through the PDF files via the thumbnails for simplicity. The thumbnails can be accessed via the navigation pane located on the left side of the PDF reader.

You can also configure a list of domains with password manager disabled. This includes HTTP, HTTPS schemas, and hostnames only. Microsoft also changed the user agent string for web developers. The newly released Microsoft Edge 99 is currently rolling out to stable users. You can select Help & Feedback | About Microsoft Edge to verify the latest update.

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