The new version of Microsoft Edge now also lets you pin a web page to the Windows 10 Start menu.

One of the features that users of the traditional Edge browser appreciate is the ability to pin web pages to the Windows 10 start menu, which Microsoft now promises to bring to the Chrome Edge. In the latest version of Edge Canary 87.0.662.0, Microsoft finally added this feature to its bit.

The new version of Microsoft Edge now also lets you pin a web page to the Windows 10 Start menu.

The new version of Microsoft Edge now also lets you pin a web page to the Windows 10 Start menu.

Users running Edge Canary 87.0.662.0 or above can now pin any page to the Windows 10 Start menu. To do this, simply visit a website and right-click on the page, and you’ll find an option called “More Tools” in the context menu that pops up, and hovering over it will show the “Pin the page to the Start Menu” option. Clicking on this option will pin the page to the Start menu.

The new version of Microsoft Edge now also lets you pin a web page to the Windows 10 Start menu.

In addition, any website can be installed as PWA in Microsoft Edge. To do this, visit a website, and then click on the three-point ellix in the upper right corner and you’ll see an app called “Apps” hover over it, which will give you an option called “Install this site as an application.” After generating APWA, you can also pin it to the taskbar or to the Start Menu.

You can download Edge Canary from here to experience the latest features.