Microsoft plans to launch an anti-spam feature in Edge Browser
Microsoft plans to launch an anti-spam feature in Edge Browser


Microsoft plans to support a feature that prevents potential spam apps from downloading through the Edge web browser. A completely new version was released in mid-January.

These applications are known as malware or malware and are not necessarily malware. However, ads or notifications may appear or the cryptocurrency search toolbar may be hidden.
Microsoft plans to launch an anti-spam feature in Edge Browser

Edge already uses SmartScreen filters for phishing attacks and malware. However, the functionality can block downloads with a potentially malicious code.

This new feature is found in the Edge browser beta. This means that the final browser version may be reached soon. However, Microsoft does not seem to be activating the standard functionality, so users have to navigate from here, and they must be enabled in device settings in order to use the function.

Note that Google Chrome and Mozilla's Firefox offer similar anti-phishing and malware features. According to Microsoft, however, the new Edge features will be even better. Note that Microsoft provided this protection only to companies that use the Microsoft Defender Advanced Threat Protection service.


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