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Microsoft Edge 109 Stable Released

Microsoft has begun rolling out the stable version of Microsoft Edge 109 (109.0.1518.49), which brings with it the ability to link a personal Microsoft account to an Azure Active Directory account, changes to the TLS server verification system, and improved word prediction.

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  • Added the ability to link a personal Microsoft account (MSA) and an Azure Active Directory (AAD) account. Users will then be able to earn Microsoft Rewards points for Bing searches performed in a browser or Windows search bar while using a work or school account. More information about this feature can be found in frequently asked questions. Admins will be able to manage the feature in the Message Center section of the Microsoft 365 Admin Center or through a policy LinkedAccountEnabled.
  • The procedure for checking the TLS server certificate has been changed. In Microsoft Edge 110, the list of trusted certificates and the certificate validation mechanism will be separated from the root store of the host operating system. Thus, the list of trusted certificates and the mechanism for verifying them will be part of the web browser. Implemented a policy to test the change MicrosoftRootStoreEnabled, allowing you to enable this change now. This policy is scheduled to be removed in Microsoft Edge 111. Details can be found by this link.
  • Text prediction. Microsoft Edge will now suggest words and sentences in long editable fields on websites so you can type faster and without errors. Administrators can control the feature with a policy TextPredictionEnabled. The feature is currently only available in English in the US, India, and Australia. Support for other languages ​​and regions will be added in the future.

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