Edge decent feature when more than 1 tab active

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       3 Weeks Ago #1

    Edge decent feature when more than 1 tab active


    Hi there
    while I'm not a big fan of edge one feature I do like this feature that doesn't seem to be available on other browsers is that when you have more than 1 tab active you can see a "mini-screen" of the tabs that currently don't have the focus.

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    Now what I would like on a multi-monitor setup is for different tabs to be fully displayed on each of the monitors (i.e full screen of each individual tab on each monitor and simply by moving the mouse to change the focus. Is it possible (4 monitor setup). So tab1 would show on monitor 1, tab 2 on monitor 2 etc.

    Cheers
    jimbo
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  2.    3 Weeks Ago #2

    Vivaldi and Brave have similar.
    Decent feature but I found it annoying in Edge.
    At least in Vivaldi and Brave you can turn the feature off.
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