Microsoft Edge’s Best Feature Could Be “Borrowed” by Mozilla Firefox

Microsoft Edge has recently put up some incredible figures, to the point where its competitors are looking to it for inspiration. Mozilla’s community project manager has already stated that the business is testing the integration of Edge’s incredible vertical tab capabilities into its browser.

Mozilla The Impact of Firefox on Microsoft Edge’s Vertical Tabs

Mozilla users have been pleading for Microsoft Edge’s vertical tab feature to be added to Firefox, as reported by Softpedia. And now, while nothing is put in stone just yet, community product manager Jon Siddoway has revealed that the company is seriously exploring it.

On a Firefox feature request forum, Siddoway writes:

Hey all,Here with some exciting news…This idea has emerged as a top idea in the community and has been reviewed by the product team at Mozilla. And we will continue to explore this possibility as we take a closer look at tab management. This means we are going to invest in research before making that final decision, but we invite you to continue the conversation and stay tuned for announcements.

Vertical tabs, in case you’re confused, are created for “tabaholics,” or people who have a lot of tabs open in their browser.

Your browser can open as many tabs as your hardware allows, but the more tabs you open, the more space they take up. They’ll eventually only show their “favicons,” which are small icons that indicate which website you’re visiting. Important identifying information for each tab, such as titles and page names, is removed as a result.

Vertical tabs solve this problem by displaying tabs along the side of the screen rather than across the top. Tabs won’t have to squeeze to make place for others, allowing you to easily find the tab you’re looking for.

Of course, because monitors are broader than they are tall, you’ll have to scroll longer to find the tab you’re looking for. It makes no difference if you have one or a hundred tabs open; they’ll all show the complete page title.

Microsoft Edge Is Getting a Lot of Attention

With its Edge browser, Microsoft has had plenty of reasons to rejoice. The browser has grown in strength over the years since its phoenix-like revival on a Chromium foundation.

Microsoft Edge is now trying to overtake Safari as the second most popular browser, trailing only the internet juggernaut, Google Chrome. As a result, firms who previously dismissed Microsoft’s browser solutions are now paying attention as Edge’s user base grows.

As a result, it’ll be fascinating to see if other browsers start “borrowing” Edge’s features as well. If they do, we’ll have to see if it’s enough to persuade people to abandon Edge in favor of third-party alternatives.

Join them if you can’t beat them.

Mozilla’s interest in Microsoft Edge’s vertical tabs is a clear indication that Microsoft’s product is pushing others to reconsider their market positions. We’ll have to wait and see if Edge can keep up its pace, or if it loses users to competitors who steal ideas from the browser.

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