Something to make you Microsoft Edge, edger.
Chromium’s Tab Groups feature is now compatible with the latest version of the Microsoft Edge web browser. The company has recently launched the tab groups in Google Chrome to help the users manage tabs on their browsers. One distinctive feature that came with this one is its ability to be customized, such as colors and names. They have also added a collapsible feature on that one.
Chromium’s Tab Groups feature: How to enable it
The recent Microsoft Edge Canary feature is disabled, but users have the option to make use of it. This is quite identical to Chromium-based browsers and Google Chrome. And here are the steps on how to start it:
- You have to load edge://flags/#edge-tab-groups in the browser’s address bar.
- Then, set the flag to Enabled; this is the main Tab Groups flag that opens the core functionality.
- To enable group collapsing, load edge://flags/#edge-tab-groups-collapse in the address bar and set it to Enabled.
- If you choose Edge to freeze collapsed tabs, load edge://flags/#edge-tab-groups-collapse-freezing and set the flag to Enabled.
- If you want the auto-creation of tab groups, load edge://flags/#edge-tab-groups-auto-create and set the flag to Enabled.
- Restart Microsoft Edge once done.
- Click right and then Add Tab To A New Group to create a new tab group.
- Right-click on the title of a tab group to open the configuration overlay to edit the Group’s name or color.
Also, please take note that it will take minutes or time to have this feature be stable with Microsoft Edge.
There were 365 bugs found in Microsoft Office 365 by a security engineer, Ashar Javed. The company has launched a program called Microsoft’s bug bounty program where any security researchers will receive a bounty after discovering any vulnerabilities in Microsoft products. These vulnerabilities range from mild to dangerous bugs.
One of those security researchers was Ashar Javed, who was interviewed by a Vice reporter, Samir Ferdowsi. According to their extensive interview, Javed has been enjoying participating in such a Microsoft program. As for him in the interview, it gives him some actionable steps and fulfillment in helping consumers, technologically.
“For me, it’s a win-win situation, if I find a bug it’s helping my company and everyone using the product. This is something I have in my mind all the time. Finding bugs in Office 365 is a challenging task, and there are reasons behind that. I took this challenge”, said Javed during the interview with Ferdowsi.
The security researcher is currently employed in Hyundai as an automotive pentester. He is currently holding the fourth place on Microsoft’s 2020 Most Valuable Researcher List, and listed as a “high volume” bug hunter.
But can he also debunks any bugs from Chromium’s Tab Groups?