Microsoft Demonstrates New Ways To Manage Apps In Edge
Microsoft Demonstrates New Ways To Manage Apps In Edge
Joel Rollins

Microsoft Demonstrates New Ways To Manage Apps In Edge

Microsoft Edge has been on the receiving end when it comes to updates, the most recent one being version 101 of the browser reaching the Stable channel with new features relating to Progressive Web Apps and browser profiles. And now, through a blog post, Microsoft has come out to illustrate alternative ways through which users can get to manage their apps in Microsoft Edge.

Microsoft has made a couple of tweaks to the browser and introduced three new features: the new Apps hub, a redesigned Apps page, and the upcoming Apps sync feature which are currently in the testing phase via the Beta channel.

If you are looking to access the new Apps Hub feature, you will need to click on the Settings and more option, then navigate to Apps to access it. Users can opt to use the pin button as a sidebar that will always be on display. Users can also use it to install the current site as an app, which will then allow you to access the apps that were already installed.
 

Alternatively, users can add the Apps button to the toolbar by navigating through the Settings and more option and then right-clicking on Apps and then clicking on Show in toolbar. Therefore, the user will have access to all the features required to manage their applications, where they can right-click on the app's name to pin it on the Start Menu or taskbar
Another significant update made to Microsoft Edge is the ability to sync data across multiple devices where all the apps and websites will be synchronized. For this to work, the user will need to be signed-in with sync enabled.  The apps will not automatically install across all your devices, instead, they will appear in both the Apps hub and Apps page where they can easily be installed with a click.


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