At the Inspire 2020 Partner Conference, which opens today, Microsoft showcased some of the new features and features of Microsoft Edge Browser. These include automatic switching user configurations, the collection of mobile devices, notes on favorite items, translation support in immersive reading, and more.
Microsoft’s preview of Edge new features and new features:
It’s easier to switch between work and living accounts.
As more and more people work remotely from home, more people are used to distinguishing between work and living accounts. When you use your personal account to go online, if you receive a work link from a colleague, the new feature will automatically switch to the work account, so that you can handle the appropriate transactions in the correct state, saving you time and avoid re-entering account password information.
Microsoft Edge will switch account profiles before you open the link, so that the work link opens under your work account and the personal life link opens under your life account.
Manage your ideas on the mobile side with a collection.
Collections make it easy to collect and organize content on your network. Now you can access, add, and organize collections on your mobile device — bring up your saved recipes while cooking, or visit your saved internal work site on the go. Download the iOS or Android Microsoft Edge mobile app to get started.
Add a note to your favorite.
You can now add notes to items in your favorites. Even if you rearrange your collection by dragging and dropping, notes will be attached to the project. To try this new feature, right-click on an item that is already in your favorite, and then select Add Notes. You can now also change the background color of your notes to organize them and find them faster.
It’s easier to read PDF files aloud.
Sometimes it’s easier to hear than to see. Read Aloud for PDF features are not only intended for hearing-impaired users, but also for ordinary users performing other tasks. Microsoft has also improved the editing of PDF files so that users can now save PDF files that are edited back to work, rather than having to save a new copy each time they edit.
Full web page support sits in 54 languages.
Microsoft Edge can now translate web text into one of 54 languages at the touch of a button. Navigate to your reading preferences in the Immersive Reader, select the language of your choice, and see that the words immediately become your preferred language.