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I want to be able to better order my Microsoft Edge tabs because when I use my computer I often have many tabs open and it becomes cluttered and causes confusion. I want Edge to be able to allow me to categorize my tabs so each website remains grouped together, which will help with my sorting. Resolution:

Microsoft Edge is a web browser that is developed by Microsoft and comes preinstalled as the default web browser to use in all versions of the Windows 10 operating system. It was originally built on Microsoft’s EdgeHTML but has since changed to use Chromium in an attempt to help improve compatibility around the Web. This also means you will be able to use the same browser extensions as Google Chrome.

The Chromium version of Microsoft Edge is compatible with all versions of Windows 10, Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows Server (2016 and above), Windows Server (2008 R2 to 2012 R2), and macOS.

An example of Tab Groups in Microsoft Edge Chromium:

Microsoft Edge: Add tab to a new group via context menu
Microsoft Edge: name this group via Add tab to a new group setting

The following tutorial demonstrates how to enable and disable Tab Groups when using the Chromium-powered Microsoft Edge web browser.

How to Enable/Disable Tab Groups in Microsoft Edge

You can enable the new Tab Groups feature from the Edge flags page. Here are all the ways in which you can do that:

1. Open the Microsoft Edge web browser.

2. Do step 3 or step 4 depending on which way you want to bring up the Tab Groups flag.

3. If you are using a Microsoft Edge Insider channel, type edge://flags/#edge-tab-groups into the Edge address bar and press the Enter key on your keyboard. Alternatively, if you are using a stable build of Edge, type edge://flags/#tab-groups into the Edge address bar and then press the Enter key on your keyboard. (Click to enlarge the screenshot below.)

4. Type edge://flags into the Edge address bar so you bring up the flags page and then in the search field at the top of the window but beneath the address bar type Tab Groups. (Click to enlarge the screenshot below.)

5. Select either Default (which is currently the same as disabled), Enabled, or Disabled, and then click on the Restart button at the bottom of the browser window to save the changes and relaunch the browser window. (Click to enlarge the screenshot below.)

That’s all.

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