Microsoft Edge 127.0.2610.3 released in the Dev Channel, fixes frequent crashes and bugs

You will also find a crucial new addition to Settings

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Microsoft Edge 127.0.2610.3

Microsoft has rolled out Edge version 127.0.2610.3 in the Dev Channel for users to test out the new features and patches. The Dev Channel, updated weekly, is relatively more stable than Edge Canary.

This time around, it’s evident that Microsoft is focused on patching bugs triggering crashes on the browser and fixing other minor issues. Although, Microsoft has introduced a user-oriented change in the browser’s Settings.

Here are all the changes in Microsoft Edge version 127.0.2610.3, according to the release notes:

Added Features:
1. Implemented a feature to include an icon accompanied by a tooltip to clarify why certain settings are inaccessible.

Improved Reliability:
1. Fixed a browser crash on android.
2. Resolved an issue when clicking the ‘Organize tabs’ button under tabs action menu caused browser to crash.
3. Fixed an issue causing the browser to crash upon clicking the ‘Switch’ button while awaiting the URL to load.
4. Resolved a bug that led to the browser crashing when closed while captions were running.
5. Resolved a bug that led to the browser crashing when duplicating the last tab in the tab strip through the tab group menu.

Changed Behavior:
1. Resolved a problem where the tooltip for the tab group header was appearing over the hover menu.
2. Resolved an issue that caused the extension’s updated details to display incorrectly on the detail page.
3. Resolved an issue when dragging a tab group containing the active tab and dropping it onto another group resulted in multiple tabs being added to the group.
4. Fixed an issue that resulted in insufficient spacing between tabs and other buttons.
5. Fixed an issue where the mouse gesture would close the entire tab instead of just the split-screen tab.
6. Fixed an issue where the New Tab Button at the bottom of the vertical tabs view was not aligned correctly with the other items.

1. Resolved a problem that caused the toolbar to vanish when altering the display mode on android.
2. Fixed an issue where selecting ‘Delete browsing data’ would navigate back to the previous page.

1. Resolved an issue that resulted in the ‘alt’ attribute being incorrectly shown on macOS.

1. Fixed an issue that caused a disruption in the full-page user interface, where a gap appeared between the QR code and chat content on iOS.

Microsoft is also encouraging insiders in the Dev Channel who have already downloaded the Edge version 127.0.2610.3 to submit their feedback. The latest browser version is also available in the Microsoft Update Catalog.

Earlier this month, Microsoft released Edge 126.0.2566.1 in the Dev Channel, but the list of improvements wasn’t as expansive as this time around!

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