Microsoft Edge is working on a new feature, “Wallet” that is in place to help users manage digital assets and savings on Windows 10 and Windows 11. With this tool in place, users will now be able to make transactions online through the browser more securely.
However, not everyone is able to access the feature just yet, and Microsoft seems to be A/B testing the feature. You can still use edge://wallet on your Edge browser to check whether the feature is available to you. I tried checking this feature out both on Windows 11 and Windows 10, but it is not available to me on both instances.
Up until now, users have been managing their digital assets through the Payment info settings on Edge, But with the Wallet feature, the online shopping experience has been enhanced. For instance, on the feature’s interface users will be able to preview saved credit cards linked to their Microsoft Account through the Payment methods section. Alternatively, if you haven’t signed in to Edge you can enter your card details manually.
Through the platform, you will also be able to check your Microsoft Rewards points. Microsoft partnering up with any credit card network or third party for that matter, instead, they will incorporate Bing’s Rebate feature and recommend coupons automatically. In other Edge related news, check out our post that details how to make the most out of Edge’s sidebar, and finally Microsoft Edge 105 shipped to the Stable Channel.
via: Windows Latest
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