The move aims to protect users on sites that may be malicious in nature.
Microsoft Edge is adding enhanced security protections to provide an extra layer of protection when browsing the web and visiting unfamiliar sites, according to a report in The Register. Microsoft wants to make it safer for Edge users to browse and visit unfamiliar websites by automatically applying stronger security settings, according to the article.
The new feature is part of a number of security updates in version 104.0.1293.47 announced this month that are designed to reduce the risk for the five Edge users users as they move around the internet.
Microsoft described the new security feature in its online documentation recently.