Windows 10 build 14367

Release date: 06/18/2016

New Microsoft Edge features

New in Windows 10 build 14366

New in Windows 10 build 14361

New features:

  • LastPass: The LastPass extension is now available to preview. You can download the extension from the Windows Store here. See the Known Issues section below for some known issues with this extension.
  • Download notification improvements: We have updated the download notification in Microsoft Edge to include filename, download status, and site domain on separate lines.

Bug fixes:

  • Fixed an issue on PC and Mobile that caused a grey bar to appear on the left side of the browser window in some situations
  • Fixed an issue on PCs that would cause tab icons to disappear following some Remote Desktop connections
  • Fixed an issue on mobile that would sometimes not scroll to results when using “Find in Page”

New web platform features

New in Windows 10 build 14367

  • We made improvements to reduce battery usage on Windows 10 Mobile when Microsoft Edge is running in the background.

New in Windows 10 build 14366

  • Fixed an issue that could result in abnormally high CPU usage when open to a page with many animated GIFs, as well as an issue resulting in certain captchas not displaying correctly.

New in Windows 10 build 14361

  • TCP Fast Open is now disabled by default and can be enabled under about:flags.

New in Windows 10 build 14356

  • Fixed issues that could cause the keyboard not to come up with various apps incuding Microsoft Edge.
  • Various performance and reliability improvements and bug fixes.

New in Windows 10 build 14352

  • H.264/AVC decoding is now available through the ORTC API (enable via about:flags).

Changed

New in Windows 10 build 14364

  • Fixed an issue that could result in abnormally high CPU usage when open to a page with many animated GIFs, as well as an issue resulting in certain captchas not displaying correctly.

Learn more about this release on the Windows blog

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