We recently gave you a peek at Windows 10 build 10120, which is an unleaked and unreleased build of Windows 10 Insider Preview. We’d like to highlight one new feature that will be coming in Microsoft Edge — the ability to easily manage your history.
Currently in the latest official Insider Preview build of Windows 10 for PC (build 10074), Project Spartan does not have a history feature (see image above). Microsoft had promised that Project Spartan (officially known as Microsoft Edge) will soon have the feature in an upcoming preview build. As you can see in the images below, Microsoft has added the functionality in build 10120.
Edge will now allow you to easily manage your history, even allowing you to clear a specific website from your history or wipe the entire slate clean by clicking the “Clear all history” link. Not an earth shattering feature to see in a browser, but it is surely appreciated to have the option to remove a specific link from your history.
We’re expecting this little feature to be in the next Windows 10 build for Windows Insiders. What convenient features would you like to see in Edge in order to convince you to switch from Chrome or Firefox? Let us know in the comments below.
Further reading: Microsoft, Microsoft Edge, Windows 10