The new launcher is currently being tested on Edge’s Canary and Dev channels. Interested users can enter “edge://flags/#edge-devtools-toaster” in the address bar, then set “DevTools Toaster” to enable, which you can summon by pressing the Ctrl+Shift+Space button on the keyboard it.
When you do this, you’ll see a floating box in the middle of Edge’s web page, prompting you for keyboard input. The box looks very clean, like Spotlight on macOS, and it floats above whatever you’re working on in the middle of the screen.
You can then enter keywords like tabs, windows, or clear to get suggestions for common tasks like closing tabs or clearing your browsing history. You can even see your history, but note that the command bar doesn’t support all tasks, so you may still need to manually go to Edge’s settings menu to perform tasks.
Overall, this seems like a nice feature, but since it’s being tested in the Edge Insider channel, not everyone will get it in the stable version of Edge.