How to Bookmark a Website in latest Microsoft Edge?

Welcome to our series of Microsoft Windows 10 tutorials that help you understand the features of this new operating system by Microsoft.

This tutorial will show you how to bookmark a website in Microsoft Edge.

Bookmarks are the links to websites which you can access quickly by just clicking on the bookmark link from your Favorite list or Favorite bar.

How to Bookmark a Website in Chromium-based Microsoft Edge?

Note: These steps are for the latest Chromium-based Microsoft Edge Browser. If you are still using the old version of Microsoft Edge, then you can skip this section and follow the next one.

1. Open the Chromium-based Microsoft Edge.

2. Browse for the website you want to bookmark.

3. Click on the Star icon which is right to address bar.

4. Choose the folder or create a new folder to save your bookmark.

Save Your Bookmark in a New Folder

How to Bookmark a Website in Older Microsoft Edge:

  1. Open Microsoft Edge app.
  2. Browse the website you want to bookmark.
  3. Click on the Star button (Add to Favorite) in the address bar.
  4. Alternatively, use Ctrl + D keys combination.
  5. Enter the name of the website you want to identify it with.
  6. You can create the favorite bookmark under the main folder or you can select the desired folder from the drop-down list.
  7. You can also create a new folder to store the bookmark. Click on the Create new folder link, enter the name of the new folder and click Add button.
    How to Bookmark a Website in Microsoft Edge
  8. To remove a website bookmark, click on the Hub button and then click on the Favorite tab.
  9. Right click on the bookmark you want to remove and click on Remove option.
    How to Bookmark a Website in Microsoft Edge
Note: A yellow star next to a website indicate you have already bookmarked it.
How to Bookmark a Website in Microsoft Edge

3 thoughts on “How to Bookmark a Website in latest Microsoft Edge?”

  1. Just horrible, difficult, procedure, especially for the 90 percent of us who use Google Chrome.

    Can’t you simplify the procedure by imitating Firefox or Chrome?

    It’s a wonder anyone would use Edge.

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  2. It is rather difficult to use edge, when it’s easier to use Firefox to save a favorite web site. perhaps a few tweaks and your edge can be as friendly as Firefox or Chrome.

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  3. there is a product called ‘edge manage’ that helps with the manipulations a good bit.

    I would like to ask why, I sometimes, when want to add to a bookmark collection the dropdown does not have “ADD” but instead has “SAVE”…..[which does NOT put the intended onto a bookmark list]……..or is it, perhaps, that I must do something ELSE to get it added??? aggravating at best!

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