And this makes perfect sense given it’s a Microsoft app on a Microsoft operating system, but the software giant is also hard at work on improving Edge in such a way that it would perfectly align with Windows 11.
The most recent test that’s currently running in the Canary channel of Microsoft Edge includes rounded tabs and Mica for the browser.
As spotted by FireCube and shared on Twitter, the new visual improvements are not enabled by default in the latest Edge Canary build, so users need to activate them manually if they want to try them out.
As a matter of fact, these updates not yet live for users by default is an indication that the work on Mica and the rounded tabs in Microsoft Edge is still in the early days. If… (read more)
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