Earlier, Microsoft pushed Bing Privacy Browsing to Edge’s InPrivate preview, Canary, and Dev channels. Now, the development team is giving Edge Chromium an early experience with new options and guidance for “Pin the site to the Windows taskbar.” If you want to quickly access popular sites, or launch web apps, you can quickly start with the Windows taskbar.
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In fact, in the menu of the classic Edge browser, you already have the option to pin the current page to the Windows taskbar and Start menu.
Now, however, Chromium Edge further provides recommendations for pinning your current site or Web Apps to the Windows taskbar, such as news, Office, Bing Search, and more.
Interested friends can refer to the following:
(1) Install and launch a new version of the Edge Chromium browser for the Canary or Dev channel;
(2) visit any website you like;
(3) Select from the menu – – – – – – fixed to the taskbar.
(4) To add more sites, move to another option under the More Tools submenu and wait for the recommendations to appear (the first set of content is generated based on the user’s browsing history).
(5) Or select the site that you will pin to the taskbar – -continue – -gt; in the next step, select the Web Apps that you want to pin to the taskbar.