Just a few days ago, Windows 10 build 10134 and build 10135 made its way to the internet. These new builds features various user interface refinements along with new additions to Microsoft Edge, the company’s new web browser. As evident in build 10135 (as well as build 10134), Edge now lets you import your favorites. You can also show the home button for easy access to your home page.
As you can see in the image above, the Edge browser lets you import favorites from another browser, like Internet Explorer. You can also show or hide the favorites bar, as well as toggle the display of the home button. Not earth shattering feature for a browser, but nice to see that Edge is making some progress with little additions. Expect to see more basic browser features added to Edge as the operating system nears its release date (July 29th). What basic browser feature do you wish Microsoft would add into Edge?Further reading: Microsoft, Microsoft Edge, Windows 10