Microsoft Edge browser will support Sleeping Tabs and Startup Boost feature
At today’s Microsoft annual Build conference, Microsoft announced some new features of the upcoming 91 version of its Edge browser. These features are not major changes, but they can fully improve the user experience for Microsoft Edge users.
A new feature is “Startup Boost”, which allows Edge to start almost immediately. The way Microsoft implements this feature is straightforward. When the user starts the Windows device, it will simply load some core Microsoft Edge processes, so it can be completed quickly when the Microsoft Edge browser is actually started. And according to Microsoft, this will not have much impact on the user’s Windows 10 startup time.
Microsoft Edge 91 is set to begin rolling out in production this week and is available now in the Beta channel.