Microsoft Edge has started to obtain history and tab synchronization based on reports. This will allow users to view the complete web history and synchronization tabs in their browsers. The first stable version of Microsoft’s Chromium-based Microsoft Edge Web browser was released in January 2020, and it finally gained new basic features. According to the report, these features are being gradually introduced, and the UK is one of the first markets to accept these features.
According to The Verge’s report, so far, not all countries have access to the history and tab synchronization features on Microsoft Edge. Although the UK is one of the first regions to use the new features, other regions may also get new features soon.
The history and tab functions will enable Microsoft Edge users to synchronize all the web pages they have visited on every device (including Mac, Windows, iOS, and Android) that has logged into Edge.
To check and enable new features, go to Settings>Profile>Sync. If the “History and Open Tabs” option is visible, you can enable them.
Microsoft recently updated Edge to support native Apple Silicon. The Mac version of the Microsoft Office 365 application has also been updated for Mac machines equipped with Apple’s new M1 chip.
At the same time, according to recent reports, Microsoft seems to be developing a new One Outlook App that will allow cross-platform (Windows, Mac, and Web) access. According to reports, the application is currently in the early stages of development, code-named Monarch. It is expected to provide Outlook as a single product and run with the same user experience on Windows and Mac.
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