The new traveler Edge Microsoft based on Google Chromium is now available for Windows 7, 8.1, 10, and Mac systems. The Linux version according to the company is in development.
As for Windows 10 users now, the biggest change is that the new one Edge replaces the old browser by default on the operating system (unless you have Chrome, Firefox, or any other browser installed and set as the default browser).
In a clean install of Windows 10, the Chromium Edge will be the default browser. On existing devices already running Windows 10, the browser is also available through Windows Update and replaces the old Edge for a smoother transition.
Microsoft wants to make the transition from the old Edge in the new as simple as possible. So recently the company updated the browser and added support for importing data from the old browser.
So, technically, if you make the change, Microsoft will help you with the necessary tools to transfer your data, such as favorites, browsing history, cookies, settings and more.
This option is currently only available in the Canary version of Microsoft Edge and is not yet enabled by default. Of course you can enable it from the flags screen where Microsoft has added a new setting for this feature.
edge: // flags
Then use the search box at the top to search for the flag:
Import data from Microsoft Edge Legacy
If you want to use a shortcut to find the flag directly, copy and paste the following address into the address bar:
At the moment, as mentioned above, the default state in flag is disabled, so click on the drop-down menu and enable it. You will need to restart your browser to save your settings. After that, the young man Edge will be ready to import your data from the old Edge.
Follow the route:
Menu - Settings - Profile - Import browser data - Microsoft Edge Legacy
This screen will allow you to enter data from others browsers.
We do not yet know when Microsoft will make the new option available in its fixed version Edge.