The “Tab Aside” feature in the classic Edge browser allows users to set tabs aside and start over. This feature is helpful for users who handle a large number of tags, but now that Microsoft is ready to replace the traditional Edge browser with the new Chromium Edge, it may be removed.
Now, the good news is that users will be able to access all the tabs that remain in the classic Edge and go to the Favorites folder of the Chromium Edge Stable Browser to access them. This feature will help users transition smoothly from the classic Edge to the Chromium-based Edge browser.
For those who don’t know, the new Edge browser has a similar feature. The New Edge’s Favorites feature are equally great, enabling users to collect, organize, share, and export content more effectively through Office integration.
To access the tabs that are retained in the classic Edge, simply right-click a tab and find an option at the bottom of the context menu called Find Reserved Tabs. In Favorites, clicking takes the user to the Favorites page, from where the user can start or remove any tags they want.