Microsoft had planned to introduce an application feature with tabs in Windows 10, called Sets. The company tried it with Windows Insiders, but decided not to send it with a major version of Windows 10. Now it seems that the Sets feature will never appear in Windows 10. Microsoft program manager, Rich Turner revealed in On the weekend that "the experience of the tab provided by the Shell is no longer", but adding tabs to the Windows command line is a priority.
ZDNet now reports that Microsoft has canceled plans for the Sets, because the company has changed Edge over Chrome. Edge was a big part of the Sets, and would be loaded as part of a new tab in every universal Windows application. It is clear that Microsoft is prioritizing work on its new Edge browser on features such as Sets, and that could mean that the tabbed application feature will never be delivered.
"We have disconnected the WIP Ensembles to continue evaluating in the long term and we must also prioritize other jobs related to Microsoft Edge," says a Microsoft spokesperson at The Verge . The company is not confirming or denying that Sets is dead, but clearly it is delayed at best. Windows 10 users will now have to settle for third-party solutions such as Groupy, which allows you to take any application you have open and convert it into a tab in another application.