Windows 10: Open in New Tab

  1.    13 Jul 2017 #1

    Open in New Tab


    I have been using Chrome for a long time but I thought I would give Edge a try. In Chrome I am used to right-click a site and select "Open in New Tab". Is this possible in Edge? If yes, how? A right-click on a favorite does not offer me a menu in Edge as in Chrome. Thanks in advance.
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  2.    13 Jul 2017 #2

    "I am used to right-click a site and select "Open in New Tab". "
    Of course, just r-click and this menu opens up
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    "A right-click on a favorite does not offer me a menu in Edge as in Chrome."
    Click the hamburger icon to R of star at page top. Unlike Chrome, you can pin the favorites menu (and other options like downloads and history) by clicking the push pin and expand your Favorites. What I don't like is that the pinned column is not adjustable and you can't move items up and down in the folders pinned to favorites bar, only in the expansion column.
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