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Microsoft to include ‘Kids Mode’ to Chromium-based Edge browser

Microsoft is proceeding to attempt to differentiate its Chromium-based Edge browser from the competition with new features. On February 16, Microsoft made one more of these features accessible to analyzers in the Canary Mode: Kids Mode.

Some Edge Insider analyzers running the daily Canary forms will actually want to test Kids Mode beginning today. The Dev Channel branch ought to get the feature moderately soon. Kids Mode will actually want to be launched through the profile picker inside Edge. Closing Kids Mode or granting an exception to it will require a gadget password.

Kids Mode will make new customized themes and “child-friendly” content accessible on the New Tab page. It additionally will incorporate privacy and security features like tracking prevention, InPrivate mode and Bing Safe Search, which filters adult text, images and videos from search results.

Kids Mode will not need a kid to have a Microsoft Account or for guardians to make a Family Group to take advantage of the feature. It additionally seems as though advertisements will not be show on the New Tab Pag in Kids Mode.

Kids Mode is presently for Edge on Windows and macOS just in U.S. English.

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