One of the finest feature launched in Windows 10 is its ability to pin external/internal links of websites to process and start menu from Microsoft Edge. Start menu in Windows 10 facilitates in providing a user-friendly interface to make things easier. This feature is something that the company created to add it to the new operating system. It enables cool features and specifications with fast speed. Majority of people still use Google Chrome because it lacks the extension support. Juxtapose edge, which is still in progress.
You can easily pin folder, websites, and files to view in the start menu in Windows 10. Also, it allows you to pin system settings from the start menu. You know how to pin a website whilst using Microsoft Edge Browser to start menu in the new Windows 10 which is quite easy pinning in a particular way. You can also have a look below to learn how to pin a website using Chrome or Firefox to Start Menu in Windows 10. Though here you will see the procedure with chrome browser this is just an example. You can do the same kind of proceedings with Firefox and Internet Explorer too.
Simply all that you will be doing is just creating a shortcut on the desktop of your desired web page and swiftly place it in the folder of the start menu.
If you wish to access a folder, file or website actively then it’s better to pin it to the Start Menu
• First thing first, look for your desired site that you wish to pin to the Start Menu. Wait for a couple of seconds to let it fully load. Once you see it’s done then a small icon will appear adjacent to the address bar.
• Windows 10 adds a shortcut for the website on your Home Screen after you drag the page icon and drop it to the desktop.
• Now select the option for a copy by clicking right on the shortcut icon.
• Go to the Start Menu and look for the Run key. Click it to open. In case if you are not able to find it then you can press “Win key + R” to access Run.
• Type “shell:programs” in the field box and press enter once you open “Run” key.
• Windows file explorer opens up with the programs running in the Start Menu. Before moving forward ensure no icons or folders are opened or selected. After ensuring hit right click in the Windows.
• Now use the key “Ctrl + V” or choose paste directly to see if your copied shortcut of the website gets pasted here.
• You can also find this icon in “All Apps” of Start Menu.
These all are the steps that you will be needing to pin your desired website using Chrome, Firefox or Internet Explorer to Start Menu in Windows 10. Also, you can have a look at Hire Laptops to see the latest tech available.