Microsoft Edge gets new vivid themes, a sleep card feature and a password manager

Microsoft is introducing new vibrant themes for its Edge browser this week, along with updated icons and a new sleep card feature that improves browser and overall computer performance. To celebrate the year of Microsoft Edge running on Chromium, the browser gets new themes available on the Edge Adding site.

Themes range from simple colors to Hello,, Microsoft flight simulator, i Forza Horizon topics. These new themes will include colors on new tab pages, tabs, the address bar, and other parts of the Edge browser.


New Edge themes.

Microsoft is also updating the icons used throughout Edge to better match the company’s Fluent Design system. “In our latest release, you’ll notice subtle updates to Microsoft Edge icons that are more rounded and softer,” explains Liat Ben-Zur, Microsoft CEO working on the Modern Life initiative. “This is just the beginning of our design journey and we are already imagining how to incorporate Fluent design into our products. We can’t wait to share more of our vision in the near future. “

The overall look and feel of the Edge may be changing, but Microsoft is also adding some useful features. A new sleep card feature is now on the market and aims to improve browser performance. Edge will now automatically free up system resources for inactive cards when you open more cards, which will help new cards work better or stop the browser from collecting CPU memory and resources in the background.


New Edge password suggestions.

Microsoft is also taking steps to introduce its new password manager features. Edge will automatically start proposing a secure and complex password when you log in to a new site or try to change an existing password. Edge will also get a new password monitoring feature that will alert you if a password has leaked online.

If that wasn’t enough, Edge history and card sync are finally being released to everyone this week. These features began to be introduced in a number of countries earlier this month, allowing Edge users to finally sync their full web history and active cards to multiple devices, including iOS and Android.

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