Microsoft Edge has started the year with many new features, but that’s not all, according to Microsoft’s roadmap, the browser is preparing to implement a major change that will improve the user experience.
If you waste time trying to remember that website you saw days ago that had the product you like, but your memory does not help you, you will be interested to know the new dynamics that Microsoft Edge proposes.
Microsoft Edge will add natural language search
If we spend a lot of time surfing the web, it is normal that we lose sight of some sites that we would have liked to keep, or that we do not remember where we saw a certain article or item. Yes, we can resort to the browser history, but if we don’t remember a keyword, date, or something that gives us a clue for the search, it becomes a trial and error process.
Microsoft wants to solve this problem by adding natural language support to the web browser. An example given by the Microsoft team to understand the potential of this new dynamic is a history search based on “last week’s cake recipe”.
That is, using our way of speaking we can specify the browser our search taking into account certain key criteria, such as the type of content and the approximate date. So instead of manually searching by date or trying different keywords, we can naturally express ourselves.
This will be a more than useful dynamic that will save us a lot of search time and headaches. This new feature, together with the rest of the features launched in the last few months, is turning Microsoft’s web browser into a powerful option that makes it easier for us to organize our web activity without complicating it with too many options.
This new dynamic will be implemented from version 89 of Microsoft Edge, both from the history section and from the address bar.