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Microsoft Edge may soon get a new split-screen feature

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Published on Jan 25, 2023
Microsoft Edge may soon get a new split-screen feature


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Microsoft’s Edge web browser is based on Google 's Chromium open-source project: The tech giant is now reportedly planning to add a new feature to its Edge browser that supports cross-platform syncing. According to a report by The Verge, Microsoft is testing a new split-screen feature for the Edge browser. This feature will allow users to compare two different tabs side-by-side. The report claims that this feature was first spotted by a Reddit user named Leopeva64-2. As per the report, the split-screen feature is now available with an experimental flag on the beta, dev and canary versions of Microsoft Edge...

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