New Edge roadmap announcement: Support for Linux and Google Account stag

The Microsoft Edge team has been active since Microsoft announced its switch from EdgeHTML to Chromium. The team is working to add new features to the web browser after launching an official stable version last month. Citing Windows Last, the Edge team shared a roadmap for the future of the Edge browser on Tech Community. Microsoft has made a number of commitments to the Chromium framework, most of which have been accepted by Google.

New Edge roadmap announcement: Support for Linux and Google Account stag

Now with the roadmap we can see the future direction of Edge and the new features that will be available:

Enable synchronization of installed browser extensions across devices

Enable browsing history synchronization across devices

Support for aloud in PDF files

Let The Edge browser log on to the Linux platform

Support for writing on web pages

Support for Chrome Web Store topics

Ask the user if they want to close all tabs when you close the browser window

Take tab settings from the current version of Microsoft Edge

Update the user interface with fluent Design System

Provide sit-on/save/save as option when downloading files

Bring Ask Cortana features from the current version of Microsoft Edge

Bring tab preview features from the current version of Microsoft Edge

Allow the search bar in the new tab to be configured with other search providers

Supports common actions such as mouse gestures for navigation and label closing

Allow you to sign in to your browser with your Google Account

New Edge roadmap announcement: Support for Linux and Google Account stag