Browsing with Microsoft Edge will be more pleasant after removing a very annoying feature
Notification requests that want to activate some pages will be offered in a more subtle way and the browser will remember the user’s interest.
Sometimes, when you enter a page, a tab in the upper left part of the browser in which it is notified that this site wants to send us notifications. These request notices usually hide part of the page and we tend to accept or reject them to close them, but with Microsoft Edge it will not be necessary.
One of the most discussed aspects when reformulating the one that is now Microsoft’s main browser it has been found to be as comfortable as possible for the user. Not only does the program have to be very fast, it also has to be pleasant, and for that you have to remove noise.
As collected in XDA Developers, Microsoft states that “With the new changes we are implementing, we hope to solve both problems at the same time“And to do it have opted for silent notification requests.
With the new version of Microsoft Edge these requests will no longer appear as an overlapping tab in the browser, you will see a visual alarm to the right of the url bar. Users will notice the warning, but it will be up to them to open it or not, since they will know what it is about.
In any case, not all notifications are of this kind and sometimes users want the messages sent by the different pages to appear. So, it will try to memorize and adapt to decisions take these. If they usually open one-page ones, they will appear usually; in case they never look at any, it will stay that way.
This alert option can be configured and in the tab Notifications found in Cookies and site permissions I know will enable or disable the feature, provided it has been updated to Microsoft Edge version 88.
In short, just as we have seen recently with the Children Mode that they are launching, they do not stop arriving news to Microsoft’s browser and in general all are quite interesting.