How Microsoft Edge Will Improve Syncing on Windows and Mac
The migration to Chromium allowed Microsoft to bring the Edge browser to macOS as well, and rumor has it that a Linux version is already in the works at the time of writing.
And given Edge is also available on Windows 7, Windows 8.1, Android, and iOS, Microsoft’s browser has become a truly cross-platform application, just like the likes of Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox.
Expanding Edge beyond the world of Windows also makes it possible for the Redmond-based software giant to offer new capabilities including synchronization that allows users to have their data migrated from one device to another automatically. Furthermore, Edge can now enable users to start browsing on one device and then continue from where they left off on another, technically allowing for a seamless browsing session even when switching devices.
Microsoft itself is betting big on sync support, and this is one of the reasons the company is already planning some pretty significant updates in Mic… (read more)
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