Microsoft Edge is picking up a new feature for users in Windows 11 and Windows 10 dubbed Microsoft “Wallet” the new feature could be more feasible for users in terms of making secure payments within the web browser.
If a user makes a payment with Microsoft Edge, the browser will enter a field of registering a credit or debit card number; after a couple of steps, the user will be asked to use a saved card in the place of entering credentials. If you were using Microsoft Edge, you could have seen it inside the browser. But, the overall experience upswings with a new page, “wallet.”
The Microsoft Edge Wallet feature is now available to selected users in the US, and Microsoft seems to be testing it under keen conditions. Conceptually, the Edge Wallet works the same as the browser’s existing memory cards. But, a few more things have been added alongside the old. It is noteworthy that Microsoft wasn’t teamed up with any credit card networks or willing to share user details with third parties, but it wields another blade to promote its platforms. It does a blueprint to support Bing’s rebate feature and automatically recommends coupons.
Check the below content to get to know the benefits of using the Edge wallet:
• You can Save more than $50 a year with the Edge wallet.
• Edge can automatically use coupons at the checkout by detecting cards and their suppliers
.• Additional cashback can be used on select purchases through Bing Rebates.
• You can view personalized deals on products that excite you the most.
Have you not been ready to take off from the runway to begin the process? Users should click and add a button for a card. Users are now able to save the card details such as card number, name on the card, expiration date, and CVV.
The Microsoft Ege Wallet feature allows users to save billing addresses. After passing through all the steps, users can view the offers linked to the card. All the details associated with the card will be filled out automatically by the browser without demanding any input from the users.
The feature is currently only available to US customers.