Chromium Edge will be officially launched, so Microsoft is also making final adjustments, such as the ability to automatically import all saved bookmarks from the classic version. Currently, the browser does not support extension synchronization and history synchronization, and Microsoft has not prepared Chromium Edge for ARM64. Even so, Microsoft has decided to release the official version on January 15, 2020, and Chromium Microsoft Edge will automatically replace the classic version of the browser.
The latest feature added by Microsoft in Chromium Edge is the automatic import of bookmarks. Under normal circumstances, if you import bookmarks, Microsoft will ask the user through the pop-up window. However, if users have saved other bookmarks in Microsoft Edge, Chromium Edge will automatically import all saved bookmarks after installation. In this way, when the user opens a new browser, the original bookmarks will be arranged in the original order.