As you all know Microsoft has included Mozilla’s asm.js in their Chakra JavaScript Engine, Which powers the Edge browser. Till now asm.js is available behind a flag, Edge Engineering team has enabled this now by default in Windows 10 build 10532.You should be aware that 10532 still a preview build, asm.js hasn’t made to RTM version (can still be turned on by visiting about:flags).

READ: How to disable Flash in Microsoft Edge Browser on Windows 10

What’s new for Edge in Windows 10 build 10532

  • Pointer Lock (Mouse Lock)
  • Extended srcset (sizes)
  • Canvas blending modes
  • Meter element
  • oninvalid event handler
  • input type=time
  • input type=text selectionDirection

SEE: Tip: Change Edge browser’s Default Download Location without touching the Registry

New Chakra feature available in this preview build are:

  • asm.js now enabled by default (previously behind a flag)
  • ES2015 Classes now enabled by default (previously behind a flag)
  • ES2015 Destructuring now available behind the Experimental JavaScript features flag
  • ES2015 conformance updates
  • ES2016 Async Functions now available behind the Experimental JavaScript features flag

ALSO SEE: Blazing Fast Microsoft Edge in Windows 10 build 10240 beats Google Chrome in JavaScript Benchmarks

Source: Kyle Pflug