Microsoft Edge’s Search tabs feature is like Opera, though not as intuitive as it is. With Search tabs, you can see all your open tabs on different windows in one place and navigate to them quickly without an extension.
Search tabs is a feature available in Microsoft Edge 88 and up, but for no reason, it is hidden. If you want to experience it, do the following.
Step 1: Right-click on the Microsoft Edge desktop shortcut> select Properties.
Step 2: In the card Shortcutyou click Target and create a space after the path and paste the line below.
–Enable-features = msExtensionsHub, msHistoryHub, msDownloadsHub, TabSearch
As for the Canary version, paste the line below.
-Enable-features = msExtensionsHub, msHistoryHub, msDownloadsHub, msTabSearch
Then press OK.
Step 3: Open Microsoft Edge and you’ll see an arrow-shaped Search tabs icon to the left of the Minimize button.
Click to see all the open tabs in the current browser window and in other Edge windows. You click search to find a tab and click a tab to open it. Or press the x button to close that tab.