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Microsoft Edge is implementing tabbed search in its next beta

by Joseph Richard
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Microsoft’s home browser, based on Chromium, has included a tab search capability in its Canary version. Although this functionality is now only available in the developer version of Microsoft Edge, it might be made available to all users in the future.

Tab search is also available in other browsers; for example, in Google Chrome, you may search for a tab by entering part of its title while concurrently hitting Ctrl + Shift + A.

 Given its architecture, which is based on Chromium – an open-source browser that underpins Google Chrome, Brave, and Vivaldi – Microsoft Edge is obligated to provide capabilities comparable to those of its competitors.

On the other hand, Edge does not currently offer such a system in its consumer form. However, this might change because the Canary version, which is dedicated to development, has only incorporated it by adding a search button, reducing the need to use a keyboard command.

Although the functionality has been accessible on Edge Canary since August, Microsoft has now incorporated it by default in version 98.0.1089.0.

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