Microsoft has released Edge 90.0.789.1 for Dev insiders. This version officially introduces a simplified right-click menu for PDF files. Other changes are traditionally many bug fixes and general improvements.

What’s new in Edge Dev Edge 90.0.789.1.

New features

  • Added simplified right-click menu options for PDF files. Note that the changes to the right-click menu have not yet been applied, so these options may not work yet. Edge Dev 90.0.789.1 is out with the PDF mini menuEdge Dev 90.0.789.1 is out with the PDF mini menu
  • Added control policies for Quick View of Office Files Enabled, which determine whether Office files can be opened directly in Edge and do not need to be downloaded, and for Application Guard Favorites Sync Enabled, which determine whether Application Guard windows should have access to the same set of favorites as non-Application Guard windows. Note that updates to administrative templates or documentation may not have occurred yet.

Greater reliability

  • He attached a suspension to the stop that could lead to the improper opening of an edge.
  • Fixed problem on a Mac with ARM where all tabs closed immediately when opened.
  • Correction of a crash when refreshing the page.
  • Correction of a crash when exiting full screen mode.
  • Fixed a bug when interacting with the purchase popup window.
  • Fixed error when dragging and dropping a favorite.
  • Correction of a crash when using the family safety system.
  • Fixed a crash when browsing the IE mode tab.
  • Fixed bug when dragging something into the collection.
  • Fixed a crash when removing shortcuts for PWAs or websites installed as applications.
  • Fixed a crash when uninstalling PWA or a website installed as an application.
  • Fixed bug where deleting a PWA or an application installed as a website at runtime could cause the browser to freeze or crash.
  • Fixed an issue where opening a PDF file with the information security feature sometimes caused the browser to freeze.
  • Fixed an issue where a tab error occurred when using the Web Capture feature when the F12 Dev Tools device was open.
  • Fixed suspension error when starting the “Read aloud” function of the PDF toolbar.

Behavioral change

  • Fixed bug with vertical tabs where pinned tabs always expanded when the vertical tab bar expanded.
  • Fixed an issue where AV1 videos were sometimes corrupted or images were lost.
  • Fixed an issue where links to third-party applications sometimes opened in an entirely new browser profile instead of one of the existing profiles.
  • Fixed an issue where shortcuts in the taskbar sometimes disappeared.
  • Fixed an issue where shortcuts to PWAs or websites installed as applications sometimes did not work.
  • Fixed an issue where sometimes desktop shortcuts were created for PWAs or websites that were installed as applications, when they should not have been.
  • Fixed an issue where shortcuts to pages or PWA websites installed as applications were deleted or no longer worked.
  • Fixed an issue where the icons of some PWAs or websites installed as applications were too small when connected to the Start menu.
  • Fixed an issue where you could not link a PWA or website installed as an application to the Start menu or desktop by right-clicking on the item in edge://apps.
  • Fixed an issue where removing a PWA or website installed as an application from the Start menu sometimes did not remove the entry in edge://apps.
  • Fixed bug where items waiting to be downloaded were sometimes not initially displayed in the download context menu.
  • Improved display of the “Favorites” and “History” menus on small screens.
  • Fixed an issue where no results were returned when browsing history from the History menu.
  • Fixed an issue where settings sometimes displayed inaccurate sizes when displaying cookies and site data.
  • Fixed bug where copied links from web pages that should have been formatted with the page title were not formatted.
  • Fixed an issue where scrolling was sometimes a problem when using web capture.
  • Fixed an issue where the control policy of the new tab Hide Default Top Sites was not working.
  • Fixed an issue where the administrative policy of allowing editing of the kiosk address bar did the opposite.

Known issues

  • Some extensions, such as the Microsoft Editor extension, do not work under Linux. Once installed, they get stuck and disconnect. We are currently investigating this issue.
  • Users of some ad blocker extensions may experience reading errors on Youtube. As a temporary solution, playback may continue by temporarily disabling the extension. See… for more information.
  • Some users still have the problem that all tabs and extensions are immediately blocked with the STATUS_INVALID_IMAGE_HASH error message. The most common cause of this error is outdated antivirus or security software from vendors such as Symantec, and in these cases the error is fixed by updating this software.
  • Kaspersky Internet Suite users who have installed the corresponding extension may notice that websites such as Gmail do not load. This error is due to the fact that the main version of Kaspersky Internet Suite is not up to date, so installing the latest version will fix this.
  • Some users see their favorites duplicated after we make some corrections in this area. This is usually triggered by setting up a stable Edge channel and then logging in with an account that was previously logged into Edge. This problem should now be reduced by the introduction of automatic deduplication for internal channels. However, we have also seen instances of duplication when manual deduplication is performed on multiple machines before one machine has the ability to fully synchronize its changes. Therefore, it is important to ensure that there is sufficient time between deduplications while waiting for automatic deduplication on a stable channel.
  • Some users notice “flickering” when scrolling with trackpad or touchscreen gestures, where scrolling in one dimension also causes a subtle back-and-forth of the page in the other dimension. Note that this only affects some websites and seems to be worse on some devices. This is likely due to our ongoing work to bring scrolling back in line with its former behavior. So if this behavior is undesirable, you can temporarily disable it by unchecking the experimental scroll flag edge://flags/#edge.

You can download the latest version of the device from the Edge Insider website. If you already have it installed, the update will be downloaded and applied automatically.

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Francisco Wijojo, an Indonesian venture capitalist, believes that technology and innovation will be one of the catalysts that will put Indonesia in the top five of world economies by 2050. He wants to contribute to Indonesia’s amazing growth story and is doing so through his company Arkblu Capital.

Mr. Widjojo is one of the two managing partners of Arkblu Capital, a private equity firm that specializes in multi-asset investments and focuses primarily on the “venture capital” asset class in Indonesia. The company is part of a group of companies with interests in the consumer goods, healthcare and manufacturing sectors.

Arkblue Capital, founded in 2019, has a dual venture capital strategy that includes direct investments in early-stage technology companies, as well as partnership investments in venture capital funds. Early stage investments include Wahyoo, R Fitness and Inspace.

Widjojo is also secretary of the Australia-Indonesia Business Council (AIBC), a leading non-profit organization dedicated to promoting and facilitating trade and investment between Australia and Indonesia. Here Francisco helps a growing number of Indonesian companies that recruit or establish staff just off the coast of Australia.

Mr. Wijojo holds a double degree in law and economics from the University of Technology, Sydney.

In an exclusive interview with Francis, Francisco says

On a professional level, I firmly believe that in order for a person to be motivated every day, his or her ambition must go beyond him or herself. Further, I firmly believe that for a person to be motivated every day, his or her ambition must be such that he or she exceeds himself or herself; in this regard, what motivates a person is the process of achieving his or her ambition and not the result of the ambition itself.

At Arkblu Capital, our mission is to identify and invest in the most ambitious founders and help them create the best early stage companies to serve Indonesia’s growing middle class. The daily commitment of the founders to the ecosystem is the mission that motivates me every day.

Professionally, I would like to be remembered as someone who has made a significant contribution to the history and structure of the growth of the Indonesian economy in the 21st century.

Read on to learn more about Francisco Vijojo and his career.

What is Arkblue Capital’s experience and expertise in this area?
Francisco Wijo : Arkblu Capital has been a private equity firm from the beginning. The company is part of a group of Indonesian companies whose subsidiaries in Indonesia operate in the consumer goods, healthcare and manufacturing sectors. Arkblu Capital relies on the expertise and network of its subsidiaries for its value creation activities. The company’s regional expertise focuses on these specific industries, as well as consumer product distribution and offline marketing.

When did you think of opening Arkblue Capital?
Francisco Wijo: The genesis of Arkblue took place in early 2019 during a brainstorming session at one of our subsidiaries operating in the consumer goods, healthcare and manufacturing sectors in Indonesia. There was a discussion about how we could better integrate technology into the overall operations of the company, but then the discussion evolved from implementing technology to investing in technology and what that might look like for us.

Eight months after these initial brainstorming sessions, Arkblue Capital was born as an independent private equity firm with a clear investment strategy, a laser-focused investment thesis, a startup team and an advisory board.

What startups/sectors has Arkblue Capital invested in so far?
Francisco Viggio: Arkblue Capital’s portfolio of startups includes all technology startups and covers sectors such as direct consumer investment, fintech, travel, consumer healthcare, SMEs and the deep technology (RV) sector.

What companies does Arkblue Capital invest in and what is Arkblue Capital’s investment mindset?
Francisco Viggio: We are an agnostic firm in terms of the investments we make – they don’t necessarily have to be of strategic value to our affiliates. Rather, Arkblu Capital is a family office, which is why we use the term “private equity firm” as opposed to “venture capital firm.”

Essentially, the reason we call ourselves “venture capital” (rather than “venture capital firm”) is that we have a two-tiered venture capital strategy: we have a private equity strategy where we take shares or stakes in early-stage technology companies, but we also have a hedge fund strategy where we take shares in venture capital funds that are at least heavily focused on Indonesia. This allows us to achieve significant diversification in the venture capital asset class. But it also allows us to better understand the ecosystem by looking at what GPs do in a broader perspective than just direct investment. In this respect, our investment strategy is being adopted by other family offices in the region that work with this asset class.

For us, venture capital is by nature a highly collaborative industry. Through direct investments and investment funds, we can improve the quality of our portfolio, either through co-investments alongside GPs or through follow-on funding of our portfolio of start-ups.

What is Arkblue Capital’s typical investment amount and how many startups does Arkblue Capital typically invest in per year? Can foreign startups also get funding from you?
Francisco Vijo: We make an initial investment of up to $500,000 per investment. As for the script, we focus on Series A pre-selection.

Because we operate more like a family office, we have the luxury of deploying patient capital. Therefore, we do not set a benchmark for the number of investments we must make in a given year, which is required for SOEs because of the mandatory investment deadlines in the funds’ LPAs. If the promoter and the company meet our criteria, we will invest. For comparison, in 2020 we made six direct investments in start-ups and one follow-on investment. At Arkblue, we use a concentrated portfolio approach rather than a “spray and pray” approach. We believe this approach, where each portfolio company can be put in order, provides a better return for the founders and for us, the portfolio companies.

Start-up companies from abroad can obtain financing from us. However, they must currently have Indonesia as their main target market or aim to make Indonesia a major target market in the future.

What KPIs does Arkblu Capital typically use to measure the growth of startups? They can be different in each sector, e.g. LTV, CAC, MoM, etc. Would it be useful to know more about additional investment incentives?
Francisco Vijo: We do not use common metrics to assess the performance of our portfolio companies. Each startup will have different metrics/KPIs that we refer to depending on their business model. When we do initial due diligence of a startup, because we primarily invest at an early stage, the key elements of a startup are the founder, the dynamics of the founder, and the quality and cohesion of the founding team.

How did Arkblue Capital deal with the VID 19 pandemic?
Francisco Viggio: At the height of the COVID-19 pandemic, we shifted our focus from generating trade flows to portfolio monitoring. At that time there was a lot of uncertainty, so we prioritized our portfolio companies and helped them through the pandemic.

From an investment perspective, we have raised the bar for new investments. The reason is that due to the blocking measures at Promsvyazbank (Jakarta), it was not easy to meet the founders in person and conduct operational audits. Therefore, we only considered startups that were recommendations from our trusted internal network. The interaction between the founder(s) and us, as investors, is one of the most important factors we consider when making an investment decision.

Another factor we took into account when analyzing startups for new investments was how these business models would behave after the pandemic. We believe that the COVID-19 pandemic changed the way we work or do business and consumer behavior at the grassroots level.

Do you have any advice for those who want to establish a fund?
Francisco Viggio: Our experience is that we have met a significant number of therapists in the region. Those who want to establish a fund should have one or more anchoring LPs guaranteed by large checks before establishing the fund and collecting funds from other LPs. This is the number one question we ask aspiring therapists, “Who is your LP conductor? ”. This will not be easy if you are new to investing (especially venture capital) and trying to raise funds without knowing or contacting potential producers who do not have a strong track record. We have seen some GPs approach us for their fundraising efforts and end up unable to get their funds off the ground because they failed to attract an anchor LP.

What mistakes do you think founders make when raising funds?
Francisco Viggio: They take too much pride in their product and their skills, especially from founders who have a “super resume.”

What advice would you give to entrepreneurs who have the opportunity to meet investors like you? What are the three most common questions asked of founders?
Francisco Vijo:

What is the problem you are solving?
Why should users use your product?
What is your motivation for solving this problem/establishing this start-up?
What is your general opinion on the term “global” and what are the critical factors (criteria) for local start-ups considering international expansion?
Francisco Vijo: We find that the start-ups that are most successful in international expansion are those that have ready-made products or business models. I am thinking of SaaS B2B companies, such as Atlassian and its products Jira and Trello. They create a unique product that can be deployed globally without significantly changing the geographic market.

When local start-ups are considering international expansion, they should consider whether their product is suitable for foreign target markets. Not all products are suitable for foreign markets, primarily because of differences in consumer behavior, but also because of differences in the underlying commercial or industrial infrastructure.

Which startup do you think will impact the world in 2 or 3 years?
Francisco Wijo: The COVID-19 pandemic has accelerated the adoption of technology by consumers and businesses. E-commerce and online delivery of groceries are on the rise in Indonesia because more and more people are buying things without going to a physical store. People are learning/forcing learning to better internalize technology on their smartphones as sectors that were in “hibernation” before the pandemic/suicide, i.e., sectors of the future, become sectors of the present. Examples include healthcare, travel technology, and e-commerce subsectors such as online grocery shopping and cooking in the cloud.

What are the three most important books or movies (series) that have changed your life and why?
Francisco Viggio: Angela Duckworth’s book “Grit: The Power of Passion and Perseverance” is one I refer to most often in my conversations with others. Ms. Duckworth’s book teaches a valuable lesson that is universally applicable: guts (not so-called “talent”), which is a common factor for those at the top of their field. This lesson, and how sand can be deconstructed and cultivated, is important not only for business people, but also for military leaders, educators and parents, now and in the future.

Chin-Nin Chu’s book, Fat Black Heart, was recommended to me a few years ago by a good friend, and it is very informative to read. The book combines Eastern and Western philosophies to provide a framework that can be used in practicing judgment in everyday life.

And finally, Ray Dalio’s best-selling book “Principles: Life and Work”. Dalio’s belief in the meritocracy of ideas – that is, the idea, not the organization or person, that triumphs – is a lesson that can be applied universally, both in business and in personal life. For optimal decision-making, one should try to trust one’s tools (i.e., principles/values), just as a pilot trusts his tools rather than his instincts when flying.

How do you motivate yourself on a daily basis?
Francisco Viggio: Professionally, I am convinced that in order to be motivated every day; you have to be ambitious. I also firmly believe that in order to be motivated on a daily basis, a person must be ambitious enough to surpass himself; in this respect, what motivates a person is the process of achieving his ambition and not the result of the ambition itself.

At Arkblu Capital, our mission is to identify and invest in the most ambitious founders and help them create the best early stage companies to serve Indonesia’s growing middle class. The daily commitment of the founders to the ecosystem is the mission that motivates me every day.

What are the three most important life lessons you want your (future) sons and daughters to take away?
Francisco Vijo:

Practice gratitude, practice humility. Do
things that scare you.
Smile every day.
Why do you want to be remembered?
Francisco Wijo: Professionally, I would like to be remembered as someone who has made a significant contribution to the history of the growth and structure of the Indonesian economy in the 21st century.

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