With the new trends, Microsoft is actually introducing newfound colorful themes for its Edge browser this week. This new trend also comes with updated icons and a new sleeping tabs feature that improves the browser and overall PC performance.
Just to jubilate in this year’s powerful chromium Microsoft Edge, this browser is getting new themes available from the Edge add-on-site.
All these themes spring from simple colors all the way to Halo, Microsoft flight simulator, and Forza Horizon themes.
These new themes will actually include colors on new tabs pages, tabs, the address bar, and other parts of the Edge browser.
Microsoft is also updating the icons used throughout Edge to better match the company’s Fluent Design system.
These news themes cones with newly updated icons in Microsoft edge that are rounded and softer in appearance. This explains List Ben_Zur, a Microsoft Executive working on the company modern Life initiative.
“This is just the beginning of the design journey and they already imagining how to bring Fluent design throughout our products.
This general look and feel of the edge might be evolving, definitely, Microsoft is also attaching some useful features too.
The new sleeping tabs feature is also rolling out now, more so, its aims and Target is to enhance the browser’s performance.
All the edges will now release system resources for inactive tabs when you have a number of open tabs, this will help new tabs run better or stop the browser from hogging memory and CPU resources in the background.
What Microsoft is doing is that it is also taking steps to roll out it’s a new start, suggesting a very secure and complex password when you also signed up on a new website or attempt to change an existing password.
This edge will automatically be getting a new password monitor feature that will alert you if your password has leaked online.
If this is not enough the edge history and tab sync is finally rolling out to everyone this week. All these features too will start rolling out to a number of countries earlier this month, allowing edge users to finally sync their complete web History and active tabs across multiple devices including IOS and Android.