Alongside the ability to sync your favorites, settings, autofill, and passwords, the Chromium version of Microsoft Edge also allows you to sync open tabs across devices making it easier to pick up websites on other computers.
However, if this is a feature you want to use, you have to make sure it’s enabled in your profile settings before you access open tabs from other devices using the “History” menu.
How to sync open tabs on Microsoft Edge
To enable the ability to sync open tabs across your devices, use these steps:
Open Microsoft Edge.
Click the Settings and more (three-dotted) button in the top-right corner.
Click on Settings.
Click on Profiles.
Click the Sync option.
Click the Turn on sync button (if applicable).
Click the Confirm button.
Turn on the Open tabs toggle switch.
Once you complete the steps, repeat the steps on the other devices to start synchronizing open tabs. (See also how you sync history across devices with Edge.)
All the devices must be signed in the browser using the same Microsoft account. If you use different accounts, you can create a new profile using these instructions.
After the feature is enabled, browse the web as always, and click the Settings and more button in the top-right corner, select the History menu, and then you’ll be able to access open tabs from other devices.