Microsoft has released an update for the Edge browser
Microsoft has begun distributing two new features for the built-in Windows browser, Microsoft Edge. The browser now has integration with Microsoft Editor, a service for checking and correcting spelling and punctuation.
From now on, this feature is built right into the Edge browser and users will no longer need to install additional software. It is worth noting that Microsoft announced this solution a few months ago. Edge itself is available in more than 20 languages, but here will only apply to the main language used in the browser.
Another interesting innovation is a feature called Web select. Microsoft talked about it a few years ago, but at the time it was called something else - Smart copy. Basically, this feature makes it easier to select formatted content on the Web, such as tables, images, and text. The user can quickly copy entire paragraphs or, for example, copy only the cells in a table that he or she needs.
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