A new security feature could soon arrive in Microsoft Edge browser. Here are all the things you need to know about the upcoming Super Duper Secure mode.
Microsoft confirmed that its popular browsing service, Edge, could soon have a security feature that could be way better than those offered by other tech giant creators. This new functionality is specifically called “Super Duper Secure Mode.”
Because of its unusual name, many consumers are now becoming more interested in the upcoming Microsoft Edge security feature. The tech giant manufacturer’s browser vulnerability research team is working on a mode to make the Edge browser more secure.
Microsoft also explained that the new technology called JIT (Just-In-Time) offers flexible functionality, as well as improved performance. Thanks to Microsoft’s browser innovation, Edge could soon prevent bugs and other internal issues.
Edge’s New Super Duper Secure Mode Details
As of the moment, Microsoft’s latest Edge Super Duper Mode is still in its early stages of development. The tech giant creator explained that there are still some things that they haven’t finished yet in the new security function.
Because of this, Microsoft Edge’s new Super Duper Secure Mode still doesn’t work on all platforms that it supports. On the other hand, the tech firm also hasn’t disclosed the laptops or computer models that support the new security feature.
Aside from these, Microsoft also announced that there are some technical issues that they still need to solve before it is released completely into the Edge browser. Meanwhile, some tech critics and enthusiasts claimed that if the new Super Duper Mode feature becomes successful in Edge browser, there’s a high chance that Google and other software giants could adapt to the new security capability.
Other Innovations of Edge’s Developer
On the other hand tech giant company announced that it is planning to integrate Spotify into a new Windows 11 focus feature. Panos Panay, the head of Windows and devices, teased the Focus Sessions Windows 11 feature on Twitter this week, and it appears to be a new way to focus on tasks and work. Focus Sessions includes Spotify integration, allowing you to create a focus timer to work through tasks while listening to the playlist of music from Spotify.
As of the moment, the giant tech company still hasn’t tested the new Focus Sessions in its public builds of Windows 11. However, Panay leaked that the innovation is built into the operating system’s Clock app. Based on how the new feature works, some experts claimed that it is following the Pomodor Technique, a method of managing time by breaking down work into smaller chunks with short breaks.