Windows 10 includes the first version of Microsoft’s new browser − Edge. By default, Edge can be accessed by clicking on the icon placed on the taskbar.
When Edge opens, it presents a window similar to most browsers.
The toolbar, however, is more simplified than the Internet Explorer.
It features the following buttons −
Back − Takes you to the previous web page.
Forward − Takes you to the next web page.
Refresh − Reloads the web page.
New tab − Add another tab to see a different web page.
Hub (Favorites and History) − See lists of favorite web pages and history of visited web pages.
Web Notes − Make Web Notes on the web page.
Share − Share the web page via e-mail or other methods.
More options − See more options to configure the browser.
Like most browsers, Edge allows you to store pages that you visit frequently as “Favorites”. To do this, follow these steps −
Step 1 − Go to the page you want to add as a “Favorite”.
Step 2 − Click on the “Star” button on the right-side of the browser.
You can then access your list of Favorite websites by clicking the “Hub” button on your browser.
The same “Hub” button can also present you a list or “History” of web pages you’ve visited.
If you wish, you can clear the history by clicking on the “Clear all history” option in the menu.