With the Chromium core browser, you can mute each tab on Microsoft Edge Chromium very easily! Indeed, if you go to YouTube or any other music site when you turn off the sound on one page of that tab, when you open a new tab and go to another music site, you can still hear the normal sound.
Microsoft recently updated a new feature for Edge Chromium that allows users to easily handle annoying sounds coming from a website. Meanwhile, with regular web browsers like Chrome, muting on 1 tab will default to the next tab will be turned off, while Edge Chromium allows you to Mute each tab on Microsoft Edge Chromium, and the tab does not turn off you still hear the music, hear the sound of that website.
Mute each tab on Microsoft Edge Chromium with the new Mute tab feature
How to mute each tab on Microsoft Edge Chromium
See how install Microsoft Edge Chromium here.
Step 1: You go to Youtube or any music page -> at the tab you want to mute -> right-click the tab title bar, then select Mute tab
Alternatively, you can click on the speaker icon in the title bar to quickly turn off the sound.
Step 2: If you want to turn on the sound for the tab you just turned off -> you perform the operation right-click the title bar -> select Unmute tab. Or you can quickly press the crossed-out speaker icon at the top of the tab title bar to turn it back on, and you’ll immediately hear the sound.
The addition of Microsoft features Mute each tab on Microsoft Edge Chromium proves its great ambition to make this browser faster than Google Chrome. Because the Mute tab on Microsoft Edge Chromium is still in beta, users will soon experience a complete Edge Chromium full of features soon. If using Chrome, refer to How to Enable, Turn off tab sounds on Chrome here.