Microsoft released Edge Stable build 98.0.1108.43 to the public.
The new release comes with an improved security mode, a multiprofile personalization option, and new overlay scrollbars announced earlier.
You can read more about the new release down below.
Updates in Edge Stable 98.0.1108.43
- Enhance your security on the web. This is a browsing mode in Microsoft Edge where browser security takes priority, giving users an extra layer of protection when browsing the web. Administrators can apply group policies to end-user desktops (Windows, macOS, and Linux) to help protect against in-the-wild exploits (also referred to 0-days). The following group policies support this browsing mode:
- Personalize multi-profile experiences with profile preferences for sites. Users can personalize their multi-profile experience with the ability to create a customized list of sites for automatic profile switching in Microsoft Edge.
- Deprecate WebRTC’s Plan B SDP semantics. This change deprecates a legacy Session Description Protocol (SDP) dialect called Plan B. This SDP format is being replaced by the Unified Plan, which is a spec-compliant and cross-browser compatible SDP format. For more information, see the Chrome Platform Status entry PSA: Plan B should throw in M96 Beta and Stable, and PSA: Plan B throwing in Stable and Extended Deprecation Trial End Date. Requesting a Trial for RTCPeerConnection Plan B SDP Semantics allows sites to continue to use the deprecated API until version 101.
- Overlay scrollbars added to Microsoft Edge. We’ve updated our scrollbars with an overlay-based design. Users can turn this feature on in edge://flags.