Microsoft Edge already syncs passwords and bookmarks, the browser also has a feature that lets you send open websites from your mobile device to your computer.
Active Microsoft Edge users will be delighted to hear about the new sync feature. This innovation will delight those who use the browser on devices running Android and Windows 10. You can sync recent tabs and browsing history between Edge on Android and Windows 10. This feature is included in the latest beta version of Microsoft Edge 188.8.131.5218. for Android and Windows 10.
Chrome is a very popular browser but Microsoft Edge is a pretty decent alternative for those who don’t want to use Chrome but still want to work in a Chrome-based browser. The Edge browser received a major update earlier this year that brought it to the open source Chromium platform developed by Google.
Microsoft Edge already syncs passwords and bookmarks, and the browser also has a feature that lets you send open websites from your mobile device to your computer. The latest update will help improve cross-platform browser usage, at least for Android and Windows 10 users. A new sync feature will soon be added to the stable version of the app.
The same page that shows the sync options for tabs, favorites, and other content also has a checkbox to sync payments, but you can’t turn on the sync payments option at this time.
Source: Windows Central