Microsoft Edge Finally Getting a Feature That Google Chrome Received 2 Years Ago

Despite its big ambitions to become a key player in the browser market, Microsoft has been improving Edge at a rather slow pace using an approach that raised questions as to whether it’s worth waiting for new features or switch to a third-party app.

Microsoft rolls out new features for the default Windows 10 browser whenever a new version of the operating system is shipped, as it was the case of the Anniversary Update, the Creators Update, or the Fall Creators Update. And the same strategy will be maintained for the next releases as well, including the upcoming Redstone 4 update due in the spring.

Living proof that this strategy isn’t working is a feature that Microsoft announced with much fanfare in Windows 10 build 17035 that’s rolling out today to Windows insiders.

Muting tabs in Edge browser

In Redstone 4, Microsoft Edge users… (read more)

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