Microsoft Edge 81 comes to the stable channel

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If you’re sporting the new Microsoft Edge on your computer, it’s time for an update. Indeed, as spotted by Neowin, Microsoft has just pushed out the version 81 update to the Edge Stable channel, which is the regular non-insider version of the browser.

This release has already been tested for many weeks now in the Beta channel, and delivers the long awaited Collections Feature. It also comes with Dev Tools localization and some under the hood options for developers. As usual, you can find the update by heading to the Settings menu, clicking About Microsoft Edge, let the browser download the data, and then restart the browser.

If you’re looking for some newer features, you might want to check out the other versions of the browser via the Edge Insider program. Just keep in mind that there won’t be a version 82 update to Edge, due to the Coronavirus situation. Some new features that you can look forward to in the upcoming release include extension syncing, the ability to add all tabs to a collection, and much more.