Microsoft Edge to get startup boost, new tabs layout and more

Microsoft Edge upcoming features

Microsoft is testing multitasking features, new tabs layout,
improved favourites menu and more for its Chromium-based Edge
browser. The new features haven’t been rolled out for general
users, but you can try this update out by downloading beta
builds of Microsoft Edge.

One of the best features in the upcoming Microsoft Edge update
is ‘Startup boost’. As the name suggests, Startup boost will
automatically reduce the time that Edge takes to launch by
loading Edge processes in the background when you start your
Windows PC.

Another big change would be the introduction of the new
vertical tabs layout, which will allow the tab bar to sit at
the side of the window. This option is particularly useful for
those with ultrawide monitors, but it’s also a great way to
customize the look and feel of the browser.

Microsoft Edge vertical tabs

With version 88 of Microsoft Edge for Windows 10 and macOS,
Microsoft plans to enable a new feature called ‘book view’.
This will allow users to view documents in a single page or
book view.

As you may know already, social media websites require a
variety of permissions and Edge will now allow you to view
permissions by web site rather than just permission type in the
privacy settings.

For those who care about privacy, Edge update will finally
allow you to delete third-party cookies without affecting
first-party cookies. Users can also apply filters to the
cookies and sort by type, name, and the amount of data stored.

Similar, Microsoft is also working on new features for
enterprises. For example, businesses can now configure Edge
with IE mode to access sites that rely upon the FTP protocol.

As we mentioned at the outset, this update currently hasn’t
been rolled out for general users, but it will be released in
January, according to
the Microsoft roadmap.

In addition to the aforementioned functionalities,
Microsoft is experimenting with new accent colours for Edge
themes, but it’s unclear if this will roll out publicly at
any point.

Important bug fixes and some reliability improvements are also
included in the next version of Microsoft Edge.

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