Join Garrick Chow for an in-depth discussion in this video Import and export Favorites, part of Learning the Microsoft Edge Browser.
- [Narrator] If you're switching to Edge…from another web browser like Chrome or Firefox,…for example, you may already have a collection…of favorites or bookmarks saved in your other browser.…The idea of having to go in and recreate that collection…in Edge may seem like a tedious task,…which it would be if you had to do it manually.…But fortunately, Edges gives you the ability…to import bookmarks from other browsers.…Let's go to settings and here under import favorites…and other info we can click import from another browser.…Here you can choose to import the favorites,…browsing history, and other data from three browsers…that you may have installed on your computer:…Internet Explorer, Chrome, and Firefox.…
Select the browser you want to import the data from.…For this example I'll use Firefox,…which I currently have installed on this computer…with a few bookmarks in it, and I'll click import.…I quickly see a message that the import is done.…I can even click here to see the imported bookmarks.…You can see a folder has been created here…
- Recall the shortcut to open a new tab.
- Recognize how search engines are detected and become options for a default search engine.
- Determine how to stop advertisements from appearing automatically when visiting a site.
- Identify the file extension for exported favorites.
- Recognize the characteristics of a secure website based on its URL.
- Explain how to open a new InPrivate window.