Starting with the latest version of the Edge browser in the Dev channel, Microsoft is enabling the option to sync your web activities history to your Microsoft account, and then to your other devices, making it easier to pick up websites you were browsing on other computers. However, since this option could be considered a privacy concern, it’s an optional feature that you must enable manually.  In this guide, you’ll learn the steps to sync your web history on Microsoft Edge for Windows 10.

How to enable history sync on Microsoft Edge

To sync your browser history across your devices, use these steps: Once you complete the steps, the web browser history will upload and sync across all your devices connected with the same Microsoft account. If you use different accounts, you can create a new profile using these instructions. You may also want to repeat the instructions on the other devices you want to review your web history.

Edge enable history sync After enabling the feature, you can use the Ctrl + H keyboard shortcut (or use the edge://history/all link in the address bar) to access all the history page, where you’ll find the websites you visits across your devices. Alongside the ability to enable sync for history, you can also now enable sync for open tabs, which allows you to pick up website where you left off on other devices. All content on this site is provided with no warranties, express or implied. Use any information at your own risk. Always backup of your device and files before making any changes. Privacy policy info.