Microsoft Edge rolls out History Sync and Cross Platform Tab Sync features

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As per a report, Microsoft Edge has started rolling out history and tab sync features. These features will allow the users to view full Web history and sync tabs in their browsers. The first stable version of Microsoft’s Chromium-based Microsoft Edge Web browser was announced last year in January 2020 and now it is finally receiving the latest key features. According to a report, these features are rolling out slowly and the United Kingdom is one of the first markets to get these features.

As of now all the countries do not have access to the history and tab sync features on Microsoft Edge as per the report by The Verge. The UK is one of the first regions to get these new features and other regions will also get them soon.

The new history and tab features will allow the Microsoft Edge users to sync all the Web pages which they have visited, on every device where a user has signed into Microsoft Edge including Mac, Windows, iOS and Android.

To check and activate the new features, users need to follow these simple steps – Settings > Profiles > Sync. Then, users need to check whether the History and Open Tabs options are visible. If yes, then users can activate them.

Recently, Microsoft has updated Microsoft Edge with native support for Apple Silicon. Microsoft Office 365 apps were also updated for Mac machines with Apple’s new M1 chip.

Moreover, Microsoft is said to be working on a new One Outlook App which will give access across various platforms including Windows, Mac, and the Web as per a recent report. The app is allegedly in its early stages of development and given codename as Monarch. It is expected to provide Outlook as a single product and will work with the same user experience on Windows and Mac.


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