Microsoft is making it easier for you to clear browsing data in Edge

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Do you clear browsing data in Edge a lot? If so, we’ve got some good news for you.

According to a Windows enthusiast known as @Leopeva64, Microsoft is allegedly working on simplifying the process of removing your browsing data. In the latest update of Microsoft Edge’s Canary experimental channel, a convenient garbage can button has been introduced. This button can be found next to the History button on the taskbar. 

When clicked, it directly navigates you to the settings page where you can easily clear your browsing history with just a simple click. 

It’s great to hear that the feature was initially identified in the early May flight of the experimental browser. This indicates that progress is being made, and it’s promising to see the development moving forward. 

With that said, however, being an insider-only feature means that this button may still contain a few bugs here and there. After all, the Canary channel is supposed to be the place where all experiments are taking place before being rolled out for general users. 

Speaking of the browser, the latest release in Edge’s stable channel, version 114, apparently contains a few PDF-related bugs here and there.

Do you have the Canary channel and manage to spot this neat improvement to clear browsing data in Edge? Let us know in the comments!