Microsoft Edge Get History, Tab Sync Features – Report
Microsoft Edge has started getting history and tab syncing features, according to a report. This will allow users to view full web history and sync tabs across their browsers. The first stable version of Microsoft’s Chromium-based Microsoft Edge web browser was released in January 2020 and is finally getting the essential new features. According to the report, these features are being rolled out gradually, with the UK being one of the first markets to receive them.
According to a report by The Verge, not all countries have access to history and tab syncing features in Microsoft Edge hereinafter. While the UK is one of the first regions to receive new features, other regions are likely to get them soon as well.
The history and tab features will allow Microsoft Edge users to sync all the web pages they have visited, across all the devices they have signed into Edge, including Mac, Windows, ios and Android.
To verify and enable the new features, go to Settings> Profiles> Synchronize. If the History and open tabs option are visible, you can enable them.
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