After attempts such as the UWP failed, Microsoft put more leverage on PWA (progressive web applications). To convince consumers to pin their favorite websites to the taskbar, Microsoft has introduced a new usage wizard. According to a recent post by netizen Leo Varela on the Reddit community, the wizard is already on the site of the Pin to Start Wizard, making it easier for users to pin the most frequently used web apps to the taskbar.
The use wizard automatically generates some worthy of a fixed recommendation site.
Then just click on the option you like and it’ll be pinned to the taskbar.
The feature is now available in the Edge version of Canary and Dev Channel, but is available only to a small number of users. This feature cannot be enabled through Flag, but it is believed to be available to more users in the future.
Microsoft is also developing a feature that makes it easier to share websites with your phone through QRCode.