you will not need to remember the websites you saw to rescue them

A new post on the Microsoft 365 roadmap has revealed that those in Redmond are working on the natural language search for Microsoft Edge. A way to find information that adapts to our way of speaking and not the other way around, adapting ourselves to the commands of a search engine.

Functionality, advanced by TechRadar, It will foreseeably come from the hand of version 89 of the Microsoft browser —That is, the next version— and it will be available in the address bar and on the pages that allow us to search our browsing history.

With the next version of Microsoft Edge, it will be possible to search the history using natural language

"Cake recipe from last week"

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From Microsoft, in the brief description that includes the news sheet, they point out that finding an article or a website will be easier with the search in natural language and They give as an example a search that tries to recover a page visited previously and that we do not remember too well. Something that will happen to most of us quite often.

The case that serves to exemplify the possibilities of the reference characteristic a website in which a cooking recipe about a cake was seen and the time period in which it happened, about seven days ago. The way to find this website, in this case in the history, would be to type "last week's cake recipe" in the search engine.

With a description of what was seen and when it was seen, Microsoft Edge will be able to locate the website in question in the browsing history and offer it to us

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With this, a description of what was seen and when it was seen, Microsoft Edge will be able to locate and offer it to us. Without having to remember the website or the specific day we visit it. An improvement that, if it works as described, it will be one more plus for a browser that with discretion has managed to differentiate itself and make a difference.