One of Edge's features that got appreciation from the users is their "Set Aside Tabs," which allows the users to create a list of different websites that catches your attention, but you don't have enough time to read all of them. This list helps the users get back to the web pages they saved and read any of it whenever free. This is a pretty time-saving feature where you don't have to recall the page or search your browser history to find it.
Another update brought by Google is for Chrome Canary, where users can open the incognito tab using a shortcut. Many people prefer browsing on the incognito window due to privacy concerns because they don't want their browser history to be saved or tracked. Users with Chrome Canary can enable the experimental flag, i.e., "chrome://flags/#enable-incognito-shortcut-on-desktop," which will help them to open this mode without having to open normal Chrome first. This update will be pretty convenient for people who prefer incognito mode over regular Chrome and also for those who don't want the guest users to use regular Chrome as they have all their logins on it.