The new Microsoft Edge gaming features are currently accessible

The new Microsoft Edge gaming features are currently accessible

Microsoft has declared that a scope of new gaming-focused features are currently accessible for its Edge browser. These features were reported only half a month prior, however they’re presently accessible to those utilizing the stable release of Edge, lining up with the launch of Edge version 103 this week.

One of the new features is the new gaming homepage, which is basically a new section in the default New Tab page in the browser. Changing to the gaming homepage implies you’ll have the option to see data about your recently-played games, progressing contests, and games being streamed live at that time. You can likewise see recent and upcoming game releases, in addition to general gaming news, and other data.

On the off chance that you’re using Xbox cloud gaming as part of Xbox Game Pass Ultimate, you can likewise partake in the new Clarity Boost feature that is exclusive to Microsoft Edge. This works on the visual quality of games you play through the cloud, because of some scaling enhancements applied in real-time. This ought to assist with carrying the experience a piece nearer to playing on an actual console. You can empower Clarity Boost utilizing the … menu in the upper left corner of the actual game (not the browser window).

Following up, there’s another ability in efficiency mode. This is a feature that as of now exists, and it permits you to set Edge to use fewer resources whenever the situation allows. Presently, there’s an option to diminish asset usage while you’re playing a PC game, so the effect on execution is insignificant and you can partake in your games without exitting the browser completely.

At last, for the more casual gamers, there’s a new Games menu, which allows you rapidly to get to the Microsoft set-up of PC games like Solitaire, Minesweeper, and others. This menu was quite accessible through the Edge sidebar, however you can now get to it straightforwardly through the Edge menu.

To get these gaming highlights, you’ll need to refresh your adaptation of Microsoft Edge to 103. To do this, essentially open the Edge menu (the ellipsis symbol close to the upper right corner) then go to Help and input and afterward About Microsoft Edge to check for updates. The update will likewise install automatically sometime.