Here's where you can find out about brand new features for the very latest version of Windows 10. If Windows 10 is entirely new to you, visit Browse on the left for more detailed info and help on a variety of Windows 10 features.
Here's a list of the new things you can do in Microsoft Edge:
Use extensions to personalize and protect your browsing with add-ons like Office Online, Microsoft Translator, and more.
Pin individual tabs to the Start screen for easy access.
If you have a touchscreen device, browse more briskly by swiping left/right to go back/forward to different webpages.
Windows Ink puts the power of Windows in the tip of your tablet pen, enabling you to write on your device as you do on paper, create sticky notes, draw on a whiteboard, and easily share your analog thoughts in the digital world. Windows Ink is integrated into apps like Maps, OneNote, Microsoft Edge, and Office.
The Start menu is the place to find all your apps and programs. Personalize your Start screen to show you the apps, tiles, and layout you need to be your most productive self.
Select the Start
Action center has moved to a new location in the far right corner of the taskbar, and sports a new look that gives you the power to organize your notifications however you see fit.
You no longer need to open action center to see how many notifications you have—the number on the action center icon shows you how many notifications are waiting for you. Other apps pinned to the taskbar can also show the number of notifications you've missed.
Unlock your PC with a paired companion device like Microsoft Band or a Windows phone (for example, the Lumia 950 or Lumia 950XL).
You can now play music from the lock screen, and control the action from start to stop. Media controls appear at the bottom right corner of the lock screen, along with a picture of the album art from the song currently playing.
Article ID: 17219 - Last Review: Jul 29, 2016 - Revision: 10