Posts by Microsoft Edge Team

Mobile, PC, Tablet

Previewing ES6 Modules and more from ES2015, ES2016 and beyond

By Limin Zhu, Brian Terlson and Microsoft Edge Team

Chakra, the recently open-sourced JavaScript engine that powers Microsoft Edge and Universal Windows applications, has been pushing the leading edge of ECMAScript language   Most of ES2015 (aka ES6) language support is already available in Edge, and last week’s Windows… Read more

PC, Tablet

Web Notifications in Microsoft Edge

By Microsoft Edge Team

Starting with the most recent Windows Insider Preview release (build ), Web Notifications are enabled by default in Microsoft Edge on Windows 10 PCs and This feature will be available to all Microsoft Edge customers in EdgeHTML 14, coming this summer… Read more

Mobile, PC, Tablet

An update to our SHA-1 deprecation roadmap

By Microsoft Edge Team

In November, we shared a SHA-1 Deprecation Update with some early details on our schedule for blocking SHA-1 signed TLS Today we would like to share some more details to share on how this will be rolled Starting with the… Read more

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WebM, VP9 and Opus Support in Microsoft Edge

By Microsoft Edge Team

Starting with EdgeHTML , the open-source WebM container format and the VP9 video and Opus audio codecs are supported in Microsoft These are available to websites that use Media Source Extensions (MSE) to adaptively stream video Windows Web Apps (built… Read more

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Putting Users in Control of Flash

By Microsoft Edge Team

One of our top priorities in building Edge has been that the web should be a dependably safe, performant, and reliable place for our To that end, we’re introducing a change to give users more control over the power and… Read more