Posts in EdgeHTML

Flowchart showing the simplified browser pipeline. Figure 1. Content transformed to the engine model is projected into visual and accessibility views that are presented either as visual or accessible presentation.
Mobile, PC, Tablet

Building a more accessible web platform

By Bogdan Brinza and Rossen Atanassov

In February we shared our roadmap for empowering all Microsoft Edge customers through accessibility and inclusive Today, we’re excited to share more about Microsoft Edge’s native support for the modern UI Automation accessibility framework, coming with the Windows 10 Anniversary… 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

PC, Tablet

Protecting Microsoft Edge against binary injection

By Crispin Cowan

In May, we announced that Microsoft Edge was saying goodbye to binary extensibility models such as ActiveX and Browser Helper This change made browsing in Windows faster, more secure, and more stable than ever, while paving the way for better… Read more