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Friday, December 3, 2021

The Native Office And Windows Search Integration Is Soon Available On Microsoft Edge

The Microsoft Edge browser, based on Chromium, is a popular daily favorite Lately, new features have been added to the browser, prompting many to abandon on Windows and Android. Microsoft has added numerous new features to the browser in the past month, including a new UI and faster performance on Android. No indication of slowing down in the future.

The latest Edge Canary release (version= allows us to seamlessly move tabs between Windows 10 and Android devices. Now, features two more were found in the same release of Windows Latest: now. Microsoft Edge reportedly also includes the built-in Office Viewer and Search integration. Both of these features have been available for several months, and evidence of search integration was found in Canary 89.

Thus, Microsoft Edge’s Office Viewer lets users open Word, Excel, and PowerPoint documents in the browser. As of early as it is, the feature is, it is still Windows and macOS-specific.

Microsoft Edge Screenshots from Windows Latest

Microsoft Edge

The latest build of Microsoft Edge can be downloaded from the following the link, and viewed in the Downloads settings tab. new “Use Office Viewer to view web files quickly” option You should now be able to view Word documents in Edge with a click.

However, the Browsing History recently closed tabs, and favorites searchable items are also supported. This feature is currently being developed and isn’t being used in the stable Windows 10 builds. Once you enable it, you can access it in the “Share browsing data with Windows” in Microsoft Edge’s settings to view it.

At the moment, no timetable has been set for these features. However, the new browser may be released ahead of time. We will notify you when the functionality is back in the main build.

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