Microsoft Edge finally gets a needful feature that makes it easy for people to get all the installed extensions as soon as they log in to the browser. Up until now, users were required to manually install all the extensions they were using one-by-one. But with the new update, that’s not the case.
This feature is something that has been in Google Chrome for some time now. This will be very helpful for people who work with multiple devices on a day-to-day basis.
Microsoft announced the feature earlier this week and Edge’s latest version with build number 83.0.478.37 gets the support.
Apart from this, Microsoft Edge also packs in a number of other features as well. Users could now exclude certain cookies from some specific sites from automatically clearing. This will be helpful in situations where you want to stay logged in to a particular website.
Switching between multiple profiles is also now easier than ever. Microsoft Edge’s collection feature lets you drag and drop to save clippings and webpages easily.
The next update is that Edge gets a new search bar in the sidebar. The new sidebar makes it easy for visitors to quickly search the web without having the need to leave the current tab. Let’s say you wanted to do a quick reference or something like that, this features comes in handy.
All these features are now available in the latest version of Microsoft Edge with version number 83.0.478.37. Microsoft released it on the 21st of May. Users might want to for a little while until the update reaches everyone.
Still there are some features that are missing in Edge and hopefully Microsoft will introduce them in future updates. Go ahead and update Edge to see all the new features and changes now.