Edge browser has not only kicked out IE completely, but also made a lot of pals who use other browsers start to turn to it. The reason that makes it popular is not only the good kernel, but also the fast update and the added practical functions. For example, for those who especially like categorizing and managing, the new version of Edge provides very useful functions.
For those of you who often have multiple pages open at the same time, such as work, entertainment, reading, and forums, you can group them more clearly. Just right-click on a tab and select “Add tab to new group”.
Then enter the group name in the pop-up page and don’t forget to select one. After that, in addition to the group logo with color in front, this tab will also have a color bar at the top, which is easy to distinguish.
Then right-click on the other tabs you want to group, and you can also choose to join an existing group directly. After joining the existing group, the new tabs will automatically jump to the end of the same group tabs, so you don’t need to drag them by yourself. It should be noted that this grouping only recognizes tabs but not URLs, and Edge defaults to open the input URL or favorite URL in the same tab, so you must use the add tab function when you need to add web pages, otherwise the classification will be confusing.
The new version of Edge also mentions the password function in the introduction that appears at the first launch, which is the next step in the password security management mentioned in our previous push – automatic password update. Here is a brief repetition of how to see suspected password leaks, click on the upper right corner of the browser… , select Settings – Password, open the Show Alerts feature, you can see the leak alert, and you can further scan to confirm.
We don’t need to log in again after updating the password in the relevant account, drop down the settings page mentioned above, find the website suspected of leaking the password, and you can see the exclamation mark prompt in this entry. Click on this article after the… and select Change. After that, the login page will be automatically logged in, avoiding the page to enter this possible way to leak the password again, and also avoiding the problem of some web pages automatically logging in with the wrong password will be in a dead end operation.