Earlier this year, Microsoft Edge, based on Chromium, released its update where one of the most prominent and novel features was the vertical tabs, which ditch the traditional strip of tabs used by all browsers with the tabs located horizontally at the top of the screen.
For vertical lashes, Microsoft added a button that allows users to access the user interface and choose between two layouts. But there was a catch: you cannot resize the width of any of the designs. In the next version this looks set to change.
The trial versions already have the tabs that are resized
However, in the next version this fact will change. As published by WindowsLatest, Microsoft is going to add support to have "resizable vertical tabs". In beta versions shows how you can hover over the panel to expand it and use the cursor to resize it. To change its size, click to drag that panel. Although it is in experimental function, it can already be tested by downloading the Canary (Canary Build 90.0.810.0), Dev or Beta versions.
All this came after in February users took advantage of Microsoft's Community Tech, the official website that Redmond offers to its users, to say that the vertical tabs seemed very narrow. There are another design, wider, but it is still too wide for those who have small screens and want to make the most of the space.
It must be remembered that, unlike Edge, in Google's Chrome if you want to have vertical tabs you need to download extensions: The company has brought news in how it structures its tabs in its browser for the Android operating system but, for the moment, to get out of the classic order when we talk about the browser for computers, you have to use extensions. You have Vertical Tabs available.
What's new with sleeping tabs
With version 89 of Edge, Microsoft also enabled the idle tabs feature or "sleepers" for all users, which has been designed to reduce memory usage when many tabs are open while working.
If a tab is inactive for a couple of hours, Microsoft Edge will put the tabs to sleep and you can tell that because you see them with the dimmest color. If you hover your mouse over the discolored tabs, you will see the alert "the tab is sleeping" and if you click it, the tab reloads the web page without data loss. Another novelty is that when you choose to have vertical windows, the title bar of the web that right now was still taking up space will be eliminated.
However, those users who may be bothered by this "washed out" tone of the logo on the lashes at rest, Microsoft is testing a new experimental flag that will allow you to deactivate this animation or color change without deactivating the sleeping tabs function.