The new version of Edge has allowed users to pin a site to the start menu of Windows 10.

A feature of the classic Microsoft Edge that allows users to pin a specified site to the tile location of the Start menu. But after migrating to the Chromium kernel, Microsoft seems to have forgotten to introduce this feature for the new Edge. The good news is that in the latest Edge Canary branch, we’re delighted to find that this feature, which pins the site to the Start menu, is finally back!

The new version of Edge has allowed users to pin a site to the start menu of Windows 10.

In addition to pinning to the Start menu, Edge Canary also allows you to pin frequently used sites to the taskbar for Windows. Tap the icons in both places to quickly jump to Open in the Edge browser.

However, as a “controlled feature” extension, only some Insider testers can experience it at this stage.

The new version of Edge has allowed users to pin a site to the start menu of Windows 10.

Interested friends can start Edge Canary, go to the site they need, and then select “More tools – pin to the Start menu” in the menu.

The new version of Edge has allowed users to pin a site to the start menu of Windows 10.

After you add the site to the porcelain paste location of the Start menu, you can also resize the icon (smaller or medium) with a right-click, or choose to disable dynamic tiles/unseal.