Updates Thread Microsoft Edge Stable (Chromium) Now Available for Download

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So this is a new thing on Edge?
The padlock icon shows you info about the site you are visiting. The info is collected from Bing.
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Not happens for all sites. Mainly popular one's for which Bing shows info when you search it.
 

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So this is a new thing on Edge?
I'm not sure. I hadn't noticed the detailed info section (images #2 & 4), or maybe I've never clicked on it before. I rarely use M$ services though their MSNews page, for example, is very polished.

Nice that phone numbers are provided. Now I can call Google to complain about Manifest V3! :ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO:
 
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Version 96.0.1054.57: December 14
Microsoft has released the latest Microsoft Edge Stable Channel (Version 96.0.1054.57), which incorporates the latest Security Updates of the Chromium project. This update contains a fix for CVE-2021-4102, that has been reported by the Chromium team as having an exploit in the wild. For more information, see the Security Update Guide.
 

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Man I always get the weirdest bugs on Edge. Got this one on Win 11 clean install for a several days no fix yet. Even changed several Intel drivers.

Also tried enabling/disabling several other things: in Windows graphics settings: hardware accelerated gpu scheduling, Variable refresh rate
and in Intel GCC: Panel self refresh, display power savings, adaptive tessellation, adaptive sync, smart sync etc.
Edit: PS feedback sent already.
 
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Man I always get the weirdest bugs on Edge. Got this one on Win 11 clean install for a several days no fix yet. Even changed several Intel drivers.

Also tried enabling/disabling several other things: in Windows graphics settings: hardware accelerated gpu scheduling, Variable refresh rate
and in Intel GCC: Panel self refresh, display power savings, adaptive tessellation, adaptive sync, smart sync etc

Check if this also happens on Chrome to figure out if this is Chromium/Edge related.
 

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Already done.

post on Reddit if you haven't already.
It's useless, I have tried doing it in the past. Especially for issues that happen randomly and you can't reproduce them whenever you want. That's why I had to use Chrome for a whole day just to make sure it's not a chromium bug.
 

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