Microsoft Introduces Vertical Tabs for Edge Browser

One of the things that Microsoft has been trying truly hard to do as much as possible has been to make it so that you would be able to maximize the kind of experience you would have with the Edge browser, which in many ways is the tool that they are trying to push as an alternative to their widely derided Internet Explorer.

Some new updates have come to Microsoft 365, a suite of applications and programs that are meant to give you the whole experience when it comes to things like making the most of your tech based experience given the kind of platforms that you may be using all in all. Since a lot of applications in the suite are getting updated, Edge is obviously getting one too and the fact of the matter is that the update in question has to do with vertical tabs that you can now use on the browser.

Now, a lot of people are probably going to find this to be quite strange, and a big part of the reason why that is the case has to do with the fact that you are mostly used to tabs being on top of the browser window. However, the truth of the situation is that this is actually a fairly forward thinking update coming from Microsoft due to the reason that it has been maximized for a new screen size that was not all that common before.

We are of course talking about the 16:9 screen size, one that is quite common among tablets and the like. Tablets are becoming more and more popular each year, and optimizing their applications and programs for use on these screen is something that a lot of big tech companies are probably going to end up doing more often now so in many ways Microsoft is ahead of the curve.
"Microsoft Edge is the only browser that allows you to manage your tabs on the side with a single click. Vertical tabs is expected in the Insider channels in the next few months.", announced Liat Ben-Zur the Corporate Vice President at Microsoft Edge, in a blog post.


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