When it comes to the latest features for the new Chromium Edgde, Microsoft is listening more and more to what users want and need.
That’s the case with the New tab page. It seems that following up on a lot of feedback from Edge users, Microsoft is working on adding New Tab page (NTP) in the dark mode:
This is great news for the Microsoft Edge users that were waiting for this change to come to the browser for some time now.
Microsoft packs its latest version of the Chromium-based browser with some other interesting features like a couple of new sync features and a new and improved easy-to-see indicator in the toolbar for InPrivate Mode tabs.
Keep in mind that with Edge moving to a Chromium-compatible web engine, Microsoft focuses more on web compatibility for users and a better platform for developers.
With this comes a better collaboration between the company and Edge insiders. Their valuable insights have helped Microsoft shape the new Chromium Edge.
These new changes, and more importantly, the new dark mode that will include the New Tab page, will be available starting with Microsoft Edge Canary version 220.127.116.11.