Windows 10 is an emerging operating system, which has already gained a lot of success over the past one year. Although Windows 10 was not that much feature-rich in the initial days, yet, Microsoft has made it awesome over the years. Previously, Microsoft didn’t launch a lot of updates for older versions of Windows. However, Windows 10 has been getting a lot of updated in each six months. The upcoming update is about to bring a brand new feature that will let you pin website to Taskbar on Windows 10 within moments. Here is how to make that happen.
How to Pin Website to Taskbar on Windows 10
Many times we need to open a particular website frequently. For example, you need to open mail.google.com ten times a day. There are two ways to make that happen. First, you can enter the full URL in the browser’s URL bar and hit the Enter button. Second, you can pin website to Taskbar. If you follow the second method, you would be able to open that particular website in one click. No browser selection and nothing is required to get it done.
This is quite easy if you are using Windows 10. However, before opting for this trick, you should know that this trick is possible only when you are using Microsoft Edge. As Microsoft Edge is the native browser of Microsoft, they have added the functionality to pin any website to the Taskbar on Windows 10. Talking about the expertise knowledge, there is nothing required like expert knowledge. All the options are already included in the Windows 10. You just need to go through them.
To get started, at first, open Microsoft Edge web browser and open the website in that browser. You can open any web page that you want to pin. Therefore, click on the three-dotted button visible on the top-right corner. Following that, you need to select the option that says Pin this page to the taskbar.
Now, your website will be pinned to the taskbar automatically and immediately.
That’s it! Hope you would like this feature of Microsoft Edge. For your information, this particular feature is not yet included in the Microsoft Edge on Built 15063. You should get this option after the update. However, if you want to experience this feature right now, you can use the Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 15215. Also it doesn’t matter whether you have selected Edge or Chrome as your default browser, all the pinned links will be opened in Microsoft Edge.