Microsoft Edge 122 has been released

Microsoft has started rolling out the stable version of Microsoft Edge 122 (122.0.2365.52), which brings with it several new features, changes, and bug fixes.

Microsoft Edge 122 has been released

What's new in Microsoft Edge 122

  • The briefcase icon, indicating that the page is controlled by enterprise policies, has been moved to the address bar next to the lock icon. By clicking this icon, users can view detailed information about the security measures applied to this page. More information about this can be found on the Microsoft website .
  • The image enhancement feature has been removed from the browser.
  • The Microsoft Edge management service in Microsoft 365 now gives administrators the ability to select recommended policies. End users will be able to override the settings of these policies that were set by the administrator.
  • The Web Capture tool has been renamed to Screenshot. From now on, this feature allows you to take screenshots of the entire screen, supports artificial intelligence, optical character recognition (OCR) and image search via Bing. After taking a screenshot, a toolbar will appear on the screen, with which you can add text, arrows, shapes, or simply write a handwritten note on the image. Administrators can control the availability of the feature using the WebCaptureEnabled policy .


  • Fixed an issue that resulted in duplicate text fields and dropdown values ​​for certain PDF files when using the built-in Adobe Acrobat-based PDF viewer.
  • Fixed an issue where printing some PDFs in landscape format using the "fit to print area" option would not print correctly.

New policies

Outdated policies

Other policy changes

  • DiagnosticData  - Sends required and optional diagnostic data about browser usage. Supported on Windows version 122 (stable) or later.

The release notes are here.


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Author: Sergey Tkachenko

Sergey Tkachenko is a software developer who started Winaero back in 2011. On this blog, Sergey is writing about everything connected to Microsoft, Windows and popular software. Follow him on Telegram, Twitter, and YouTube.

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