History synchronization function arrives in the Microsoft Edge stable version
The history synchronization function and the tab synchronization function that have been complained about by a large number of users have finally arrived at the latest Microsoft Edge stable version.
At this time, it has been a year since the first beta version of the browser was released. Microsoft today said that the history synchronization function is available to all users.
Now users who use this browser can go to the personal data synchronization setting to enable this feature, and the relevant data will be synchronized in the logged-in Microsoft account.
The historical record is mainly to organize the user’s browsing record according to the timeline, and opening the recently browsed tab is an enhancement in the historical record function.
For example, when you close your browser and computer after get off work and go home, there will be a recently opened tab in the browser history, which is the page opened in the office.
This allows users to continue browsing the previously closed pages after they go home. At present, this function supports the display of the recently opened 25 tabs and can be directly restored.
If you need to find more browsed pages, then manually retrieve them from the historical record. Generally speaking, this is similar to the cross-device opening provided by Google Chrome.
Users of the Microsoft Edge stable version can go to the browser settings after upgrading their browser to the latest version, and then click the synchronization option in their personal data to enable the history synchronization function.
It should be emphasized that this feature is currently being rolled out gradually, so some users may now see the option of opening pages on other devices by clicking on the history function.