If you are a Microsoft Edge Chromium user, then you should know that some time ago Microsoft updated their browser to version 97, where in this version, apart from presenting a number of new features as discussed in the previous article, it certainly brings what the chromium browser brings. , including fixes of security holes.
No half-hearted, the self-closing security holes amounted to 29, which covered most of what was attached to the previous chromerelease page. Even so, of the 37 vulnerabilities reported in Chromium, because Microsoft does not use Google services, the number has shrunk to 29, if you are curious about what these vulnerabilities and security holes are, you can read the following chrome release article.
So, even though it doesn’t bring many new features, but with automatic https which is also added in this version, as well as the catations feature and the Microsoft Endpoint Data Loss Prevention (DLP) feature on MacOS, of course you really have to update your Edge browser, because Apart from the features just mentioned, of course, of the 29 security holes that were closed, some of them were dangerous and could leak user data.
Well, if you’re a Microsoft Edge Chromium user, your browser should automatically get updates, but if you haven’t, you can manually slide to the edge://settings/help page.