The History page of Edge will soon have a new component created by Microsoft. You may retrieve websites you transmitted to a Windows PC, Mac, or smartphone running the Edge browser by keeping track of the web pages and tabs you send to other devices.
A select group of Edge insiders have access to the new History feature right now on the Canary Channel. If you have the winning ticket, you can access the functionality by going to the edge:/history page and selecting the Sent pages option. Alternately, you can use Ctrl + H to access the history of your browser.
Although the most recent change to how Edge records your web browsing is by no means revolutionary, it will undoubtedly be helpful for individuals who often switch between tabs on various devices. Unfortunately, the natural extension of the concept, the “Received pages” section, does not exist. Possibly, further upgrades will provide the necessary improvements.
Speaking of shocking information, Microsoft just released a redesign of their browser. Along with the new search engine powered by ChatGPT, Edge will soon get the “huge rounded edges” treatment. Although the latter has received overwhelmingly good feedback (so much so that Google staffers dunked on the company’s most recent Bard announcement), not everyone likes the redesigned Edge UI. Fortunately, there are numerous built-in flags that you may use to disable it.
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