Other new features that are part of Edge 90, according to Microsoft's Edge "What's Next" page, include support for TLS token binding for policy-configured sites; a "current page" option for printing PDF documents; the ability to bulk-delete passwords; improvements to font rendering; and synced browser-history support for history search. As of version 90, Edge also now supports easier search terms so customers can search their browsing history in their own words with terms like "news articles from last week," officials said.
Kids Mode is a browsing mode designed specifically for kids ages five to eight and nine to 12. This new mode includes "guardrails" meant to steer kids away from inappropriate content via a built-in allow list and Bing SafeSearch and tracking prevention automatically set to Strict. Parents can review and make changes in the allowed content from their Edge Settings.