We can all accumulate a lot of saved Internet favourites in our web browsers, and they’re easy to manage in Microsoft’s Edge browser. There are a couple of ways to achieve this. From the right of the address bar in Edge, click the Favourites icon and a menu will appear listing your saved favourites, and also a Manage favourites link.
Additionally, if you click the Menu icon (⋯) in the top right corner of the browser window and from the menu that appears, click the Favourites option. This will display additional options, including Add[ing the current] page to [your] favouritesand Importing your favourites from another web browser.
If you click the Manage favourites option, a panel opens with your organising folders on the left of the window, and all your favourites, or the favourites currently stored in the selected folder on the right. You can drag and drop favourites to move them, or click the (X) icon to the right of a favourite to delete it.
You can select multiple favourites as well by holding the Ctrl key on your keyboard when clicking individual favourites. Additionally, you can sort and arrange your favourites into folders by clicking the Add folder link in the bottom left corner of the window.
Microsoft Edge makes it really easy to organise and manage your Internet favourites, and you can download Microsoft’s Edge browser from HERE.