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Microsoft Edge prevents you from accidentally closing many tabs

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Microsoft has decided to insure users of the proprietary Microsoft Edge browser in case of unintentional closing of all tabs.

Google Chrome doesn't have that: Microsoft Edge prevents you from accidentally closing many tabs.

An early test build of Edge Canary introduced a setting for warnings before closing multiple tabs. If the user closes several tabs at once, he will receive a warning to not accidentally lose them and not suffer while trying to find closed tabs in history.

Google Chrome doesn't have that: Microsoft Edge prevents you from accidentally closing many tabs.

You can activate it using the Ask before closing multiple tabs flag on the page with experimental features edge: // flags. Then it would help if you restarted the browser, find the desired setting, and enable it. The innovation is available in both Microsoft Edge for Windows 10 and macOS.

Google Chrome doesn't have that: Microsoft Edge prevents you from accidentally closing many tabs.

Until now, if a user of the new Chromium-based Microsoft Edge accidentally clicked on the close button of a multi-tab window, then the window would close without any warning. Note that there is no such function with a warning in the dominant Google Chrome browser.

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