Since its debut earlier this year, the Chromium-based Microsoft browser has become very popular, and as it continues to evolve, new features and new ideas are constantly increasing. Now, there is another new feature. Microsoft Edge is adding a vertical tab UI.
First point out Windows latest, Microsoft Edge is testing the vertical tabs in the Dev and Canary versions of Edge. This feature can eliminate the traditional tab bar that Chrome, Safari and other browsers have implemented for a long time. Instead, Edge displays the name of a single tab at the top of the screen and hides other tabs under the side menu.
The new buttons in Edge allow users to instantly switch back and forth between vertical and horizontal tab designs. When using the vertical tab UI, Microsoft Edge will still use the useful Ctrl + Tab option to switch between tabs. Users can also hold down the Ctrl key to view and rearrange the tabs.
Personally, I hope this will also appear in the Google Chrome browser. This is a clean design and might come in handy for focusing on specific tasks. In this way, the tab group will also be very useful. There is no indication that it will be added to Chrome, but given that these are all based on Chromium, who knows?
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