The latest stable version of Microsoft’s Edge browser finally adds support for syncing extensions, which means you won’t have to manually install extensions individually with each new device. Microsoft annoyed the feature as part of its build announcement earlier this week, but the update log for the latest version of the browser (83.0.478.37 to be exact) confirms that it is already in use.
Along with support for syncing extensions, the latest version of Edge includes many other enhancements. You can now release some cookies from automatic clearing when the browser closes (useful if you have a specific website where you want to stay logged in), and Edge̵
Extension syncing was just one of Edge’s features, annoyed by Microsoft in its Build announcement earlier this week. Other highlights include a new sidebar search feature that allows you to search the web without leaving your current tab, and Pinterest integration for collections. However, the full history and synchronization of tabs that are present in competitors such as Chrome is clearly missing.
Although Microsoft’s messaging reports say the latest version of the browser was released on May 21, it may be several days before the update reaches everyone. Microsoft has announced that it is adopting a progressive presentation for stable updates on Edge channels, where it will release updates over several days to give it a chance to detect any bugs that may occur.