Microsoft is bringing the Game panel to Edge

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Sienna Rowley
Sienna Rowley
Sienna is an editor at Cloud Host News. She is an internet enthusiast, always eager to explore the latest trend in the tech space. She is a modest family woman who loves traveling in her free time.

Microsoft is rolling out a new Game panel to its Chromium-based browser. With the introduction of the new Game panel, Microsoft is trying to lure users to its Edge browser.

The feature was first spotted by a Redditor u/Leopeva64-2 in the Appearance settings of the newest Edge Canary version. The new panel allows users to play casual games on their browser.

The Redditor shared the screenshots of the Games panel in the Microsoft Edge Canary version.

When the feature is enabled, you can see the games button on the browser’s omnibar, beside the address bar.

Microsoft Edge Game Panel
Edge Game Bar

Once you click the game button, a panel will be brought up on the right side. The panel brings game titles that are playable on the browser. Most of the games offered in the panel are from MSN games page and sorted into categories like Puzzle, Sports, Casual, Arcade, Board & Card, Microsoft classics, etc.

This year Microsoft brought some exciting features to its Edge browser including the Super Duper Secure Mode that offers a significant amount of security to internet users.

Additionally, Microsoft aggressively tried some new ways to stick to the browser and use it regularly. This includes Microsoft Edge discouraging users from downloading Google Chrome.

If we talk about the market share of the top 3 browsers, in November month, Edge had a 4.19% share more than Firefox’s 3.19% and Google was way ahead of its competitors with 64% market share, according to a report by Statcounter.

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