Windows 10 comes with so many improvements and new features, one of which is the Edge browser. There is no getting away from it, Internet Explorer had its day and was in need of a huge revamp. Microsoft made the right decision by axing IE and bringing in a replacement, but that comes with a host of problems.
The new Edge browser is simple, quick and has a slick, clean look, but it’s going to take some getting used to. However, one question that people keeps wondering is where are “Windows 10 Edge favorites?”
Where to find your favorites in Edge on Windows 10 — It’s very simple really, as all you need to do is click the button to open the menu, then go to settings, scroll to Import favorites from another browser, and then all you have to do is select your older browser and click on Import. It’s as simple as that.
To learn more we have a Windows Edge review video for your viewing pleasure below. The video offers Edge tips and tricks to help you get the most from the new browser.
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