Now here is a scenario. Suppose you would like to visit a website quite often, what would you do? Most of us will obviously bookmark it. This is well and good. And then we would continue to do the same for each and every website we like. And sooner rather than later, you would realize that there is a long list of websites which you have bookmarked. Some of them you use quite a lot and some you might use twice or thrice a week. So the essential ones get lost in the sea of bookmarks. Has this happened to you? It has happened to me quite often where you keep on creating bookmarks and then you literally loose the ones you really need. And when you really need them you can’t find them.
Now the Microsoft Edge Browser has come up with an interesting solution to this problem. It utilizes a popular feature which Microsoft brought back in Windows 10. Can you name the feature? Yes, it is the Start Menu. One of the main attributes Windows is known for and which is still not present in any of it’s competitors.
The bookmarks which you make in the Microsoft Edge can be pinned to the Start Menu! Start Menu is something which is easily accessible and most of us would be using it Right? So you could pin the websites which you would be visiting regularly and all of them would be in the Start Menu.
In order to do this, click on the More icon on the Right End of the Navigation Bar.
It is the Icon on the top right with three horizontal dots.
So go to your website of choice. And click on the top right Icon. A menu will pop up. Scroll down and click on “Pin this page to Start“. Then you will get a prompt saying whether you would really want to do it. Click on Yes and it would appear on the Start Menu.