Download Microsoft Edge 90: SSO + PDF Printing + Security Baseline

Microsoft has released Chromium Edge 90 to the stable channel with new features and policies for its users. This version will be available to install for all users within a few days…

Microsoft Edge 90

Microsoft has released Chromium Edge 90 to the stable channel with new features and policies for its users. This version will be available to install for all users within a few days as part of the Progressive rollout.

This new update to Edge introduces new and exciting features such as Single Sign On (SSO) for Azure Active Directory (AAD) and Microsoft accounts on macOS. It also focuses on the print User Interface (UI) and other print-related features that are discussed in detail further down the article.

Moreover, Microsoft has also introduced a Security Baseline for Edge 90 which includes 9 new computer settings and 9 new user settings. However, Microsoft states that no additional settings were required to be enforced, hence the Security Baseline for Edge 88 is still Microsoft’s recommended Baseline.

New features in Microsoft Edge 90

Single Sign On

This feature is introduced for users of Microsoft Edge on macOS. Users signed in on Edge using AAD or Microsoft account will now be automatically signed in on websites that allow SSO.


Administrators can now choose a print rasterization mode for their users using a Group Policy. These options are Full and Fast. This policy controls how Edge prints to non-PostScript printers on a Windows platform.

Moreover, new page scaling options have also been added to Edge 90. Users can now customize scaling while printing PDFs using “additional options.” Two options have been added:

  • Fit to page
  • Actual size

The “Fit to Page” ensures that the page being printed fits into one paper, according to the selected “Paper size.” However, in the case of “Actual size,” the real size of the content will be printed regardless of the “Paper size.”

Fit to printable area Edge 90
Fit to printable area Edge 90

An additional tweak made to the print option is that only the configured printers and “Print to PDF” have been locked onto the UI print settings. Additional improvements have been made to the kiosk mode to restrict the launch of third-party applications from the browser.

Other improvements

Other changes in Edge 90 include the following:

  • Content copied to the clipboard is now parsed and suggested when you click a profile/address field.
  • Autofill suggestions pop up automatically when you fill out forms if you have information saved in Microsoft Edge. This will help you save time by not having to manually type in the details.
  • Downloaded items can now be directly accessed from a flyout in the top-right corner of the browser in the menu bar.
  • Improvements have been made to font rendering to reduce blurriness and enhance clarity.
  • The policy for Kids mode has been updated so once the policy is enabled, the Kids mode feature will be disabled in addition to family safety.

New policies

Microsoft has added the following new policies to Edge 90 which can be configured using the Group Policy Editor:

  • ApplicationGuardFavoritesSyncEnabled – Application Guard Favorites Sync Enabled
  • FetchKeepaliveDurationSecondsOnShutdown- Fetch keepalive duration on shutdown
  • ManagedConfigurationPerOrigin – Sets managed configuration values for websites to specific origins
  • PrintRasterizationMode – Print Rasterization Mode
  • QuickViewOfficeFilesEnabled – Manage QuickView Office files capability in Microsoft Edge
  • SSLErrorOverrideAllowedForOrigins – Allow users to proceed from the HTTPS warning page for specific origins
  • WindowOcclusionEnabled – Enable Window Occlusion
  • WindowsHelloForHTTPAuthEnabled – Windows Hello For HTTP Auth Enabled

New in Security Baseline for Microsoft Edge 90

As we mentioned earlier, the Security Baseline for Microsoft Edge 90 has also been released, but Microsoft felt that no additional policies needed to be enforced after the Security Baseline for Edge 88. Therefore, a few changes have been made to the existing Security Baseline and the following policies have been added:

  • SSLErrorOverrideAllowedForOrigins
  • WindowOcclusionEnabled
  • FetchKeepaliveDurationSecondsOnShutdown
  • QuickViewOfficeFilesEnabled
  • ManagedConfigurationPerOrigin
  • Recommended!WindowsHelloForHTTPAuthEnabled
  • ApplicationGuardFavoritesSyncEnabled
  • WindowsHelloForHTTPAuthEnabled
  • PrintRasterizationMode

The above policies have been added for both the computer and the user. Therefore, all of these policies can be found in the following two locations:


To learn more about these new policies, click here to download the excel sheet.

Release Summary

  • Complete release build: 90.0.818.41
  • Release date: Thursday, April 15, 2021
  • Compatibility: Windows 10, 8.1, 7 (32-bit and 64-bit), Mac, iOS, and Android.
  • Previous buildEdge 89

Download Microsoft Edge 90

You can update and download Edge 90 in three ways:

Upgrade to Edge 90

Since Microsoft Edge comes pre-installed with Windows 10, you can use this method to get this update.

Open Microsoft Edge and go to Feedback and Help –> About Microsoft Edge.


This will trigger an automatic update check. Edge will automatically detect the latest version and download it for you. Once the download is completed, you will need to restart the browser.

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Once it restarts, you can return to the About page and check that it has been updated to version 90.

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Download Edge 90 installers

If you want to use Edge 90 on any Operating System other than Windows 10, like Windows 7, Windows 8.1, Linux, macOS, etc., you will need to download the offline installers of the browser.

You can go here to download the latest Microsoft Edge installers (including stable, beta, and dev releases). You can also download the browser in your preferred language using the tips given on the above-mentioned page

Use Portable Edge Chromium Updater

A small, portable tool known as Portable Edge Updater is available on GitHub that allows you to install or update the existing Microsoft Edge Chromium to the latest build available. Not only that, you can use this tool to download the x64 and x86 versions from all channels, which includes the stable channel as well as the 3 channels from Edge Insider.

Download the tool by opening the GitHub page and then click on the link provided Portable.Edge.Chromium.Updater….7z.

download tool

The tool will then download. Extract it and then run the executable application inside it. Inside the tool, click on the channel and bit architecture that you want to download. The versions are also mentioned. In this case, we shall be downloading Edge version 90 from the stable channel.

portable updater

The browser will then begin to download or update. Once it is done, you can check that Microsoft Edge Chromium 90 is now available on your device.

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Download and Install Security Baseline for Microsoft Edge v90

Use the guide below to download and install the new Security Baseline for Microsoft Edge. You can also select all the features in the Microsoft Security Compliance Toolkit as per your requirement.

  1. Open the page for Microsoft Security Compliance Toolkit 1.0. Scroll down and then click on Download.
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  2. Check the box next to Microsoft Edge v88 (and any other baselines you may require) and then click Next.
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  3. Your download should now begin. When downloaded, extract the files.
  4. When extracted, navigate to the following location within the extracted folder:
    Microsoft Edge v88 Security Baseline FINAL -> Scripts
  5. Now right-click Baseline-LocalInstall and click on Run with PowerShell from the context menu.
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    If you want to run the baseline for Active Directory, then you should run Baseline-ADImport script.
  6. The script will now run automatically. Wait for the PowerShell window to close on its own

You have now successfully installed the latest security baseline for Microsoft Edge v90. Note that the Security Baseline used for Edge 90 is the same as v88 with minor tweaks.

Microsoft Edge Update History

Edge VersionRelease DateFeatures & improvements
Edge 1192-Nov-23Addresses 16 vulnerabilities, improves split-screen restore, ability to manage sidebar app auto-launch, “Always show sidebar” option placed under Copilot settings
Edge 11813-Oct-23Addresses 15 vulnerabilities, and introduces AI-powered Find on Page.
Edge 11715-Sep-23Addresses 14 vulnerabilities, includes More Tools deprecations and unload event deprecation, includes support for Microsoft Edge for Business for BYOPC via Intune.
Edge 11621-Aug-23Addresses 23 vulnerabilities, introduces split screen, ability to drop files across devices, and ability to attach Edge sidebar to desktop.
Edge 11521-Jul-23Microsoft Edge management service, rounded tabs, mouse gestures, split screen view.
Edge 1135-May-23Basic Enhanced Security Mode was removed, shifted to EdgeUpdater on macOS, and introduced new policies, addresses 2 security vulnerabilities.
Edge 1126-Apr-23Introduced Browser Essentials in place of the Performance Hub, improvements to enhanced security mode and some policies.
Edge 11113-Mar-23Bing copilot in the toolbar, auto-hiding sidebar, hover over the sidebar to expand, and policy to clear IE mode history on browser exit.
Edge 1109-Feb-23Introduces Immersive Reader policies, Azure Active Directory synchronization, Drop feature to share files, and several security updates.
Edge 10913-Jan-2314 security updates, 8 new policies, and 2 deprecated policies.
Edge 1085-Dec-22Important security fixes, a new policy to disable Web Select amongst others.
Edge 10727-Oct-22Improved sidebar, new policies, and security fixes.
Edge 1063-Oct-22Improved web defense and increased the maximum number of search results to 4
Edge 1052-Sep-22Improvements to IE mode and enhanced security
Edge 1045-Aug-22Support to import data and enhanced security on the web
Edge 10323-Jun-22Improvements for online and web gaming
Edge 10231-May-22With reverse image search and security improvements
Edge 1001-Apr-22Sends 3-digit user agent string, PDF updates, and hardware-enforces stack protection
Edge 993-Mar-22Custom primary password and PDF navigation
Edge 984-Feb-22Edge Bar, reduced resource consumption
Edge 976-Jan-22Auto-citation, endpoint data loss prevention (DLP)
Edge 9610-Dec-21Super duper secure mode, typosquatting
Edge 9015-Apr-21SSO, PDF printing
Edge 894-Mar-21Vertical Tabs, Sleeping Tabs, Startup Boost
Edge 8821-Jan-21Password generator, transparent privacy controls
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  • Win10Geek

    One interesting update in Edge 90 is the Core Web Vitals overlay. If you are a website owner or a developer, you can check out the core web vitals for any site without installing any plugin or addon in Edge.

    To activate the overlay, press F12 to open developer tools panel. Then press Ctrl + Shift + P. This will open the search dialog. Search for *core web* and enable the option.

    Now you will see the overlay on each website loaded in that tab. You need to make sure that the developer tools window remains open otherwise the overlay will go away.

    • Usman Khurshid
      Usman Khurshid

      Nice find! I tested it on Google Chrome 90 and it worked there too. It seems like it’s a Chromium feature so it will be available on all Chromium based browsers. The only caveat is that it can’t be turned on permanently. I have to use the same sequence as you mentioned every time I want to check the Core Web Vitals of any website. The advantage of an extension is that I can see the scores on screen without touching anything. I’ll stick to my Core Web Vitals extension for the moment.

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