How to Hide Title bar in Microsoft Edge Browser
Microsoft has stopped supporting the legacy version of Microsft Edge browser and is now focusing on the new and modern Edge browser based on Chromium engine. Since the launch of the browser, Microsoft has been working quite diligently on improving performance and user experience along with adding new features.
In the latest version of the Microsoft Edge build, the company has added an option that allows users to hide the title bar while users are using and experiencing the vertical tab feature. If you're unaware, Edge has added the Vertical tab feature which brings the tabs from top to the left of the browser earlier. If you are interested in trying out, then follow this step-by-step guide for both of the feature.
How to hide title bar in Microsoft Edge
Step 1: Open Microsoft Edge browser and type the following in the address (hit Alt + D for address bar):
Step 2: On the opened page, the 'Vertical tabs hide title bar' will be highlighted. Click on the Default in front of the highlighted flag and select the "Enabled" option
Step 3: After making the changes, you will be asked to restart the browser and once you do that, the changes will be in effect.
Step 4: After restarting the browser, click on the top left "Tab actions menu" icon and select the "Vertical Tabs".
Now, you will not see the title bar as there is generally a title bar above the address bar while using the 'Vertical Tab' feature. Using the 'Vertically Tab' feature, you would be able to move all of your cluttered tabs to the left of your screen which you can also scroll through. If you are using more than 10 tabs at once, unable to find any tab easily then you might love this feature especially if you have a wider screen. The hidden title bar will give more height to the browser. The vertical tab feature has come for a while now but the disappearing of the title bar is something new.