Microsoft has worked hard over years to make Edge an ideal alternate to Google Chrome. The earlier versions were not based on Chromium, but Microsoft has changed that in recent times. Now, the Microsoft Edge is based on Chromium so it shares similarities with Google Chrome and other Chromium-based browsers. So, if you were using Google Chrome and now you want to shift to Microsoft Edge you won’t feel much difference. However, Microsoft has become desperate to make Edge the mainstream browser. In an attempt to do so, the company has rolled out several eye-catching features including Buy now, pay later. What’s more, the company is in no mood to stop; it is working on yet another feature for Edge called Games Panel.
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Leopeva64 recently spotted that Microsoft is testing a dedicated Games panel in Edge. As of now, the new feature is available for select individuals with access to the latest Edge Canary. Users have to turn on the feature manually by going to the Settings > Appearance > Games button, as the feature is disabled by default.
Games Panel includes several games
Once you turn on the options, you will notice a new Games button on the omnibar. If you click on the button, it will open a panel on the right-side browser. The panel consists of various HTML5 based games. You will notice that the games are divided into categories, including Arcade, Board & card, and more. It is important to note that you can play these games directly without downloading since they are HTML-based games. As previously discussed, the Games panel is available for select users as of now with the latest Edge Canary. So, if you don’t find this feature on your Edge, you will find it soon.
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