If you didn’t know, Microsoft has made its browser Edge Edge is based on Chromium to be a reliable alternative to the Chrome browser from Google. While both browsers are similar, Edge provides the feature groups that Chrome lacks. However, there is one thing it lacks to do the equation, which is the ability to sync tabs and history across Devices.
This thing has become a thing of the past, as Microsoft officially announced that its Edge browser supports synchronizing archives and tabs between devices “computer, mobile phones”, with reference to this support is currently available in the United Kingdom only.
In turn, this support comes soon after the feature was tested in Trial versionTo check whether you received the feature or not, head to Settings> Profiles> Sync and see if you are able to check the History option and open tabs, and if the feature isn’t available to you yet, the two options will still be visible but with a message that says “soon! We will run it as soon as it is ready. ”
Finally, according to Microsoft, it indicated that this support will reach more other regions soon, and in case you do not like to wait, you can try this feature regardless of the region by downloading the trial version.