Microsoft Edge browser in Chromium should in the future be able to display websites at a variable frame rate, the so-called variable refresh rate (VRR), thus improving scrolling, among other things. Version 99.0.1128 is already rolling out in the Canary Channel for Edge Insiders with the corresponding option.
like the site office modr It was first reported, that Microsoft is working chrome Edge browser with version 99 expected at the beginning of March this year, donate variable frame rate using VRR. The insider reported the new feature for the first time u / Leopeva64-2 Im Sub-Reddit p/MicrosoftEdge.
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edge://flags Reveals an option that can be activated in Microsoft Edge settings, Variable refresh rate is temporarily activated on scrolling websites to display scrolling websites in the browser more smoothly. A monitor, TV, or display that supports VRR is required. The editorial team was able to try out VRR in Edge on the LG OLED 48CX (test) and see notable advantages on long websites.
about the Microsoft Edge Insider Program Microsoft Edge version 99.0.1128 can already be downloaded now and VRR can be tried in the browser. Beta Channel participants will receive the corresponding release at the beginning of February, while the stable version is on the roadmap for the beginning of March.
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The current stable version is 97.0.1072.55 (Release Notes) as of January 6 as usual just below this message from the download area in ComputerBase.
The successor to the old Microsoft Edge is now based on Chromium for Windows, Linux, and macOS.
- Version 97.0.1072.55 German
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