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    Microsoft today announced 'Tabbed Shell', allowing users to group together related apps and web pages under one single window.
    Microsoft is planning to extend the familiar tabbed browsing experience found in Edge to apps on Windows 10, giving users the ability to group together related apps and websites under one window.
    Microsoft is temporarily calling this new feature "Sets," (so don't get too focused on its current Insider-only name) and it is the result of its internal "Tabbed Shell" project that we exclusively revealed earlier this year.


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    11-28-2017 11:10 AM

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