Microsoft Edge Beats Google Chrome With This Brilliant New Feature – Forbes

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Microsoft’s Edge has just announced a brilliant new feature that beats Google Chrome.

Microsoft’s Edge browser has been releasing new features like crazy as it tries to beat market leader Google Chrome. Now, Microsoft has just announced a brilliant new feature that beats Google Chrome—Vertical Tabs, which moves the tab bar from the top to the left side in a vertical layout. 

You can also switch between the old and new layout with one click, as Bleeping Computer explains. In addition, Vertical Tabs allows you to reorganize your active tabs because it also supports drag and drop.

It’s a very cool feature, but it’s not available yet. The Vertical Tabs function will go live in Microsoft Edge later this year. If you are really keen, it’s available in Edge’s Dev and Canary channels in the three dots action menu.

Simply select Settings > Appearance > Enable Vertical Tabs.

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Microsoft Edge vs Chrome

Microsoft Edge has been busy over the last few months launching features such as price comparison in Collections for holiday shoppers, the Web Capture screenshot tool, and Automatic Profile Switching to help you separate work from leisure activity. 

Edge also recently updated the PDF experience allowing you to add notes, and offered the ability to search for work files in Edge directly from the address bar. 

Edge and Google Chrome are both based on the Chromium browser engine, so offer a lot of the same features and functionality. So, far Edge has differentiated itself by boasting of its privacy and security features, which it claims can beat Google’s browser in tests by NSS Labs.

However, Edge announced in October that it would be adopting the Manifest V3 changes that have angered some Chrome users by breaking some privacy focused extensions such as ad blockers. So if you are after privacy and security, you might want to try a privacy-focused Chromium based browser such as Brave, or Mozilla’s Firefox.

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