Microsoft’s next move for Edge is to use one of Chrome’s planned features before Chrome gets it.
Microsoft wants Edge to become a major competitor amongst the other browsers, and an upcoming update gives the browser a foot ahead of its rivals. You’ll soon be able to use Microsoft Edge more productively to help you organize your work.
What’s on the Horizon for Microsoft Edge?
The newest update was spotted in the wild by Windows Latest, which noted a particularly promising addition to Edge Canary. Canary is Edge’s update testing branch, so it’s a great way to see what’s on the horizon for Microsoft’s browser.
First, the browser now allows you to rename windows. You can achieve this by right-clicking each window’s title bar and assigning it a custom name.
This feature is actually a part of Microsoft Edge’s Chromium base and was added by Google engineers. However, Google hasn’t quite pushed this feature out yet. Microsoft Edge’s developers are taking the initiative, however, and getting it out for their own browser.
Renaming a window is great for sorting out your tabs. You can have different windows with specific tabs in each and then name each window accordingly for