The new browser – Microsoft Edge was introduced with Windows 10. With modern design and simple interface, this browser can compete with the most popular browsers. Many new features as reading view, ability to save and arrange passwords, make notes on the web pages and many others, attract many users. But, Microsoft Edge is limited when it comes to the options of importing favorites. Currently, the import is possible only from Internet Explorer and Google Chrome. Microsoft Edge has the possibility to display favorites in the favorites bar. We will show you how to import and display favorites in Microsoft Edge.
You may also read: 3 Ways To Customize Microsoft Edge
How To Import And Display Favorites In Microsoft Edge
If you want to import favorites from Internet Explorer or Google Chrome, just follow these simple instructions:
Open Edge browser.
At the top-right corner, locate “More” button (icon in the form of three dots) and click on it.
In the opened menu, click on “Settings”. Then find “Favorites settings”. When you open it, you will see that you can import favorites only from IE and Chrome. Put the tick in the little boxes in front of both browsers and click on “Import”.
After that, Edge will need some time to upload all the favorites, if you have a lot of them.
If you want to add a favorite manually in Edge browser, just go to the website you want to be saved as favorite, and click on the white star at the end of the address bar. Choose the folder and click save.
What is the point of favorites if you can’t easily access them? It is possible to add the favorites to the favorites bar in order to make them visible all the time of using the browser.
Just click on “More” < “Settings” < “Favorite settings” and find the option “Show the favorites bar” and swipe the toggle button to the right.
Image Source: www.imgur.com
You may also read: How To Make Notes In Microsoft Edge
Get more stuff like this
in your inbox
Subscribe to our mailing list and get interesting products and updates to your email inbox.
Thank you for subscribing.
Something went wrong.