Finally, Microsoft Edge’s history and tab sync features are starting to appear

Microsoft is finally starting to roll out history and tab sync for Edge browser. After nearly a year since its initial release, some Microsoft Edge users are now seeing the full web history and tab sync features available in their browsers. The rollout is incremental, but you can check to see if it’s available in your country by going to Settings> Profiles> Sync and enabling “History” and “Open Tabs” in the options.

Not every country has access to additional sync features yet, but we understand that the UK is one of the first markets to see history and sync tabs initially. These new features will allow Edge users to sync all the webpages they visit with additional Windows 10 or macOS devices, or even with mobile versions of Edge for iOS and Android.

You will need to head over to the settings section on all devices you use Edge with to manually enable history and open tab features. This includes the mobile versions, where you also have to toggle the Open and History tabs.

Microsoft initially launched Edge on January 15, 2020 without enabling many of the important sync options. Add-ons sync arrived in May, and Microsoft will start rolling out the date it originally promised and sync tabs in the summer. It finally started rolling out web history and syncing tabs to Beta and development channels From the browser in late November, and now appearing in the stable channel.

Microsoft continues to improve Edge on a regular basis, recently adding an Really useful screenshot tool And the feature of price comparisons. Edge will also soon be updated with Vertical tabs And new Password breach Notices.

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