Edge is now capable of Cross-device Search Query History suggestions, giving users relevant search results across all devices

Browsing on Edge on different devices just got easier.

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Edge Search Query History

Microsoft is constantly updating its browser, Edge, with new cutting-edge (pun intended) technology, and its Beta users can now benefit from the latest Cross-device Search Query History suggestions feature, which was added with Version 124.0.2478.19 to the Beta Channel.

According to the new feature, the Edge browser now has an improved search suggestion feature.

If you’re using Edge on multiple devices and have enabled Edge Sync, it will remember your search history across all these devices. So, no matter where you search for something, Edge will suggest it if it’s relevant. This makes it easier for you to find information you’ve accessed before.

Cross-device Search Query History suggestions. The existing Search Query suggestions are enhanced with cross-device query history in both Recent Searches and browser searches for enterprise users who have enabled Edge Sync across devices/browsers. From now on Edge will give you the relevant query history suggestions that you used for previous searches, regardless of where you did it. You can always trust Edge to help you quickly re-find the information that you accessed before.


The version also introduced a new dedicated space for admins to manage all AI-related policies in the Edge browser.

Enterprise secure AI controls in the Microsoft Edge management service. The Microsoft Edge management service now provides a new dedicated space for admins to manage all AI-related policies in the Edge browser. This helps enhance security and productivity for managed users and devices.


These changes are now tested for a stable release in the next weeks, so users will soon be able to cross-browse the Internet on all devices on Edge and get relevant search results when doing so.

Speaking of which, if you use Edge on mobile phones, Microsoft will add extension support on Edge for Android, meaning you will be able to add many useful tools to the browser to make every browsing session productive.

You can read the full blog post on Edge version 124.0.2478.19 here.

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