Microsoft's newest developer build comes with several fixes and new features to elevate the user experience and productivity. One feature that improves productivity is the new keyboard shortcuts Microsoft has added so that users can enjoy a more customized browsing experience.
Microsoft Edge Dev Version 90 was released earlier this month, and now another update has been released bring with it several new features and cures for previous issues.
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The latest update allows users to customize keyboard shortcuts within the browsers DevTools menu and possess a redesigned PDF tools and fixes. The Edge browser, like Google Chrome, is based on Chromium and offers a very similar user experience. If you wish to access the new DevTools in Edge, press the F12 key, and it will appear.
With Microsoft rolling out this newest Dev build, it pretty much assures that these tools, fixes, and upgrades will show up soon in a stable release of Edge when all the kinks are worked out.
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