Microsoft Edge brouser is getting a new feature in the history section.
It will be saving the screenshots of the websites that you visit.
The feature is currently in the testing stage.
The developers of Microsoft are working really hard to improve the user experience of its Microsoft Edge browser and they are bringing new features and improving the existing features. Today the company has added yet another feature on the board and the same is currently in the beta stage.
The newly added feature is called the save screenshots of the site for history and this will take screenshots of every page you visit. The feature is quite useful as you can able to revisit any page from your browsing history even without internet connectivity.
It is also said that you can view of the thumbnail of a webpage by placing the cursor over it in the history section of the Microsoft Edge browser. The idea is cool but I think the implementation is slightly confusing because an average user might think it in a different manner and the company is yet to reveal how it will be protected the privacy of a user as well.
Things would be awesome, if Microsoft provided the option to manually save selected webpage instead of taking screenshots of every website. We hope that this thing will be changed and come with more clarity when it will be rolled out in the stable version.
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