Windows 10 Mobile is shaping up quite nicely (and slowly), however, the OS’ default browser is missing a major feature: the ability to change the default search engine in Microsoft Edge. Thankfully though, this feature is coming soon to Windows 10 Mobile users. In an internal build of Windows 10 Mobile, Microsoft has added the options to change the default search engine in Microsoft Edge:
You will be able to change the default search engine in Microsoft Edge on mobile too. Revolutionary. pic.twitter.com/wN6d5Z1lA2
— Roman (@rlinev) October 18, 2015
It is nice to see Microsoft adding some of the much-needed features for Edge in Mobile. It is worth noting that the feature isn’t functional as of writing this article, however, it should be functional sometime soon. The upcoming builds of Windows 10 Mobile should also introduce some other improvements for Edge, including website suggestions (when typing a web address in the address bar).
If you use Edge on Windows 10 Mobile, what other feature would you like Microsoft to add for the browser in Windows 10 Mobile? Discuss in the comment section below.