Windows 10: When pinning a website to taskbar in Edge why is it coming up in IE?
When pinning a website to taskbar in Edge why is it coming up in IE?
First post here and thanks for allowing me to be a part of the community!
My first question is while attempting to pin a website to the task bar in Edge I followed the directions and selected the "3 dots menu" and then selected "open with IE" option as instructed.
When I click on the webpage icon in the task bar the site indeed comes up but it is in Internet Explorer rather than Edge. Is there any way I can pin the site to the task bar and have it launch in Edge rather than IE? I understand it opens in IE because I opened the website in Edge and then told it to open with IE.
When I tried pinning the tab to the task bar in Edge I got the universal red circle with the line through it so I couldn't pin it unless I opened it in IE.
Ive noticed when I pin a website to the Start Menu that it will open in Edge. Is it not possible to have this happen by using the task bar?
Thanks so much for your help.
Appreciate interacting with you folks very much.
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