Windows 10: Was Hoping To Like Edge

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    Dual boot: Windows 10 Home Insider Build 16179 & W8.1 Pro x64 with Media Center
       29 Aug 2015 #11

    rickaysen said: View Post
    I understand it's supposed to be fast and simple, but I'm just not liking how it handles bookmarks. I hope I'm just doing this wrong, but with Google Chrome, all my bookmarks drop down and are logically located in the folders I created by subject. Edge seems to only want to display an abridged version of mt bookmark list. Can anyone tell me how to reproduce a Chrome like drop down list of bookmarks?
    Hi there. Not familiar with Chrome, but here's my Edge Hub aka Favorites bar.

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    Create a new folder by right clicking anywhere on the list.

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    Scroll to the bottom and name the folder.

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    Please notice Rename or Remove on the context menu also when right clicking on a folder..

    Move the folder or a single link on the list by left click holding and drag up or down the list. If by chance you make a mistake and place one in a folder, simply open the folder, grab the link, move it up to FAVORITES at the top (Move will appear), and release.

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    Here's the context menu list when right clicking a link.

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    You may keep the Hub open by clicking on the Pin button.

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       29 Aug 2015 #12

    Dude said: View Post
    Those are from the website, not edge.
    The same site using Firefox
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    No Credit Cards at the top.
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  3.    29 Aug 2015 #13

    Thanks for everyones comments. Glad to know it's not me...at least in this case anyway.
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  4.    29 Aug 2015 #14

    Not been a fan of Edge in the past, but have been trying it on and off for a while now and today have got it set up nicely for me, and I don't have any major issues

    I didn't like the favourites bar compared to IE and this is what was putting me off, I have now disabled this and pinned the favourites list to the right hand side which works very nice

    tested and organised most of my favourites and they all open fine

    currently, I have now made Edge my default, if I have no major issues using it the next few days, other browsers will be ignored
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       29 Aug 2015 #15

    I actually Prefer The IE that comes with Windows 10.
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  6.    29 Aug 2015 #16

    I like Edge and have made it my default browser. I downloaded Adguard and went ahead and paid the $19.99. No ads in edge and it protects me from bad sites Edge does what I need it to and it's fast.
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