Earlier today, Microsoft posted four helpful tips on how to get the most out of Edge on Windows 10. Part of their Windows 10 Tips Series, Microsoft previously showed Windows 10 users how to enable the dark theme in Edge. Today, Microsoft gives you four tips on how to best utilize Edge in Windows 10. Let’s take a look.
Pin tabs for easy access to your favorite websites
do you want your favorite websites to open when you start Edge? It’s real easy to do, check it out: just navigate to the website you want to be open the next time you open Edge, right-click or tap on the open tab and select “Pin.” That’s it. You’re done.
Web Notifications in Action Center
Web notifications in Microsoft Edge is a helpful feature that allows sites to display notifications in Action Center on Windows 10. So if you are away from your Windows 10 PC, you can see all your missed web notifications to keep you informed on what you missed.
Easy tab navigation
Microsoft Edge makes it easier than ever to navigate between tabs, see previews of tabs, and more. All you need to do is navigate your mouse over the open tabs to see a small preview of what’s available. You can also duplicate any tab in Edge or reopen a closed tab that you might close by mistake.
For those with touchscreen Windows 10 devices, Edge supports the swipe gesture to navigate forward and backward on the web with the simple flick of your finger. This feature is especially useful when you are using the Microsoft Surface Pro 4 (without the Type keyboard) or Dell Inspiron 13 7368. It can be a really handy feature if you are looking for an easy way to browse the web on Edge.
Well, that’s it. Those are Microsoft’s four helpful tips on using Microsoft Edge on Windows 10. Do you have any helpful tips on how you use Microsoft Edge? Let us know in the comments section.Further reading: Microsoft, Microsoft Edge, Windows 10