New pricing tracking and leaked passwords tools are coming to Microsoft Edge.

New pricing tracking and leaked passwords tools are coming to Microsoft Edge.

Microsoft is planning to add a new pricing tracker function to its Edge browser, as well as a feature that will allow users to quickly change their passwords if they are leaked online. The price-tracking feature is expected to be available soon, and it is believed to be meant to follow products that consumers have recently browsed and notify them of price changes.

Microsoft claims that its Edge browser has been striving to improve the shopping experience, and that users can now access pricing comparison, price history, and built-in coupons.

“This feature is coming soon and will be built into the browser,” Liat Ben-Zur, a Microsoft executive working on the company’s “Modern Life” initiative, said in a statement about the feature. “You just need to browse as you normally would, and Microsoft Edge will let you know if any of the items you’ve recently looked at have changed in price.”

As of right now, we don’t know how the corporation intends to deal with privacy concerns raised by browser tracking of things people seek for online and their associated costs. Microsoft has a history of providing a number of privacy-focused options in Edge.

In addition, Microsoft Edge will debut a new password tool that will make it easy for users to update their passwords if they have been disclosed online. Edge already monitors stolen passwords if users let it, and users will soon be able to go straight to a website’s change password page if their credentials have been compromised. As a result, Microsoft Edge will generate a new, secure password.