Microsoft now allows users to customize New Tab page on Chromium-based Edge from Settings

Microsoft has been working hard on improving the new Chromium-based Edge and the company has added a bunch of features that puts the browser at par with other browsers. Now Microsoft has added a new feature that improves the usability and offers better customizations to the users.

When the browser is opened for the first time after installation, Microsoft allows users to customize the browser according to their needs. Now the company will allow users to do the same directly from the settings. To get the option inside the settings menu, you will need to enable the “Enable using the Edge local NTP” flag from the Edge flags. Once done, you can head to Settings>New Tab page to customize the New Tab page on Microsoft Edge. The feature is currently available for Edge Canary (v76.0.183.0).

Via Techdows

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