Microsoft Edge plans to raise the game with Chrome's latest feature

The new feature that users should accept Microsoft Edge has found another means of competing with Google Chrome. The new beta update of the browser reveals the Edge restrict (if not block) self-play videos on websites by default.

Touchdows announced the story, showing a shift to the chromium-dominated edge building in the Canary (read pre-beta). The latter version is available as a new default in Edge build 91.0.841.0 or above. This edge version has two settings under Media Autoplay: Allow and Limit.

Limit is not the same as "block," you would have thought. There was a Block choice, but now you have to activate behind a flag. And it never worked well, evidently. That being said, it can only be an exam. Beta models of goods also simply demonstrate what a company is going to do, not what it is going to do in the long term.

Meanwhile, Chrome users are conscious that software provides no such default from their ordinary encounters with a Google web browser. This is perhaps because online advertising is totally reliant on Google itself.

The first of Microsoft's plans to punch Chrome's almost hegemony in the browser business is (apparently) the latest. Recently, Edge and its own password manager have introduced vertical tabs to improve the economy of the screen room. Nevertheless, Edge reportedly has just 3.45 percent of the global navigation market — while Chrome has just 64.15 percent.

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