Microsoft is finally launching history and tag synchronization for the official version of its edge browser. Nearly a year after its release, some Microsoft edge users can now see full browsing history and tag synchronization in their browsers.
Edge, which Microsoft first launched on January 15, 2020, does not enable many important synchronization options. Extended synchronization arrived in May. Microsoft initially promised that history and tag synchronization would be launched in the summer. After a delay, it was finally launched to the browser's beta and development channels at the end of November, and finally appeared in the stable channel today.
Microsoft edge has recently added a very useful screenshot tool and price comparison function. Edge will also soon start offering vertical tags and new password disclosure notifications.