Recently Mozilla has updated Firefox with features that block companies from tracking you across different websites, and now Microsoft is testing similar tech in its Chromium-based Edge browser.

Insider beta testers with the latest Canary release on Windows can try it by enabling a browser flag (enter – “edge://flags#edge-tracking-prevention” in the address bar) then restarting.

Once it’s on, there are three different levels of blocking, with intentions to filter out only known malicious trackers, some third-party trackers that are used for ad targeting or all third-party tracking entirely.

Microsoft demonstrated the feature at its Build 2019 event earlier this year, so even if you’re not in that test group you can get a peek at it right here.

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