If you find yourself revisiting websites regularly, you’ll want to take note of what Microsoft Edge is doing. In a recent update to the browser, Microsoft has made it a lot easier to hunt down past websites.
What’s Coming to Microsoft Edge?
This new addition was spotted over at Windows Latest. The update revamps the History panel so that everything you need is in one spot.
First, you can use the “All” section to view all the tabs you’ve browsed recently. You can also select the “Recently Closed” section to see all the tabs you’ve dismissed in the past.
However, the biggest change is with the “Tabs from other devices” section. This finally allows you to easily get tabs from your other PCs or mobile devices.
While not every country will have Edge tab sync to begin with, Microsoft does hope to roll it out to more places over time.
With this update, Microsoft Edge now enters the arena as a browser that can move browser tabs between a smartphone and a PC. Beforehand, only Chrome and Firefox could do this easily; now, however, both of those browsers have new
Microsoft Edge Is Making a Mark on History
Microsoft is working full-throttle on making Edge a major competitor in the browser race. Now, with this update, Edge is getting closer to going shoulder-to-shoulder with the big hitters.
That’s not to say it hasn’t already made a mark, however. Edge is currently leaving Firefox in the dust for usage rates and is rapidly gaining on Chrome.
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