Since the update, Microsoft has received some feedback with glitches.
After the Microsoft Edge has been upgraded, there have been some glitches that were being caught specifically in Microsoft Edge’s Download Management. The errors and other issues have been bombarding users with eating up spaces on Windows. And currently, Microsoft has announced its stepping stones in improving the system.
Microsoft Edge’s Download Management Issues
Microsoft’s Edge web browser lists were directly downloaded to the primary interface and on the dedicated Downloads page. This would likely consume a lot of space which causes hindrances for users who use smaller displays. However, Microsoft has rolled out the idea of improving Edge’s download management capabilities.
The first improved feature that was rolled out was spotted by a Twitter user Leopeva64. Seeing that it has been shown slowly to the Edge Canary users. Having an enhanced feature, edge users will have two options to choose. However, if you do not see the two options then it might not be available to you.
A user can see the current downloads on the Edge Toolbar display and can be manageable right from the interface by clicking on the cancel buttons or pause.
As of the moment, Microsoft is gathering users’ feedback as the update gradually progresses. This will land in Microsoft Edge Stable as it ends.
Microsoft Edge Improved Features This 2021
After switching its browser to the Chromium engine, Microsoft Edge has been steadily releasing its updates and improvements, and there seems to be no slowing down this year, according to Wilson of TechRadar. There’s more to look forward to in the coming months.
At the start of the year 2021, Microsoft Edge is anticipated to roll out more features starting this month. Its Edge 88 version is anticipated to be released within this month. Edge 88 will be the first version of the browser that will no longer support Adobe Flash since Flash Player effectively ended after December 31, 2020.
Adobe officially announced on their website and advised all users of Flash Player to discontinue using and to uninstall. This is to protect their systems from potential problems. Since Adobe will no longer support Flash Player after December 31, 2020, and all content of Flash will be blocked from running beginning January 12, 2021.