Like other modern web browsers, Microsoft Edge supports extensions that can be used to add functionality beyond that provided by its maker.
Like other web browsers, Edge lets you download files from the web in a fairly straightforward way and then manage them right from the browser.
While Microsoft Edge does not let you pin frequently-accessed websites to the Windows 10 taskbar, you can at least pin them within the browser so they are always available.
In the Windows 10 Creators Update, Microsoft Edge lets you share a single tab, or a group of tabs, with others using a new Share interface.
With the Windows 10 Creators Update, Microsoft Edge picks up a new "Set these tabs aside" capability that helps you declutter the browser by managing open tabs.
With the Windows 10 Creators Update, Microsoft Edge improves its support for tab previews, which provide thumbnails of each open web page for quicker navigation.
While Microsoft Edge is obviously a traditional web browser in many ways, it is evolving to become more of a general purpose reading app with the Creators Update as well.
By default, Edge is configured to use Microsoft's Bing for web searches. Oddly, Google Search is not an option. But you can fix that if you know the trick.
If you're interested in switching to Edge from another browser---or perhaps you just wish to access your bookmarks, history, and saved passwords---you can now do so more easily.
Starting with the Anniversary Update, the Microsoft Edge web browser in Windows 10 supports extensions, which can be used to personalize the browser and add functionality.
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The latest build of Windows 10 brings a much-needed feature to Microsoft Edge, a handy little shortcut for UWP apps, and an interesting change to the emoji picker.
Microsoft's Edge browser now lets you sync your passwords across your Windows 10 device and your iPhone.