Microsoft Edge’s built-in PDF reader now supports verify Digital Signatures
A PDF reader is a function that Microsoft values very much. In the classic version of Microsoft Edge, Microsoft made quite a few improvements to the built-in reader.
At present, Microsoft still values this feature so it keeps improving the built-in reader. Of course, this is also a way for Microsoft to attract users from Google.
In the latest version of Microsoft Edge, Microsoft brings new features to the reader. Microsoft Edge’s built-in PDF reader now supports verify Digital Signatures.
Enterprises usually apply for the deployment of digital signatures to ensure that documents are not tampered with. When users open a document with a PDF reader, they can view the corresponding digital signature.
Of course, this feature is currently under test, so users need to install the Canary version and enable the new function of verifying digital signatures in the experimental options.
You go to edge://flags/#edge-digsig-enabled-pdf flag and modify this option from the default option to enabled and restart the browser as prompted.