You probably already know that Microsoft released the new build 14926 for Windows 10 Preview and Windows 10 Mobile Insider Preview. The build brought a handful of system improvements, bug fixes, but also a couple of new features.
We can consider the new features introduced with build 14926 minor improvements, because none of them is crucial for users. However, Microsoft Edge received a couple of new additions, that are worth mentioning. One of these features is the ability to export your favorites from the browser to an HTML file.
So, in case you’re changing a browser, computer, or User Account, you don’t need to manually look for all your favorites. All you need to do is to import an HTML file into a browser, and all your bookmarks will be restored. Here’s how to use this feature in Microsoft Edge on Windows 10 Preview build 14926:
“We have added the ability for you to export your favorites from Microsoft Edge to an HTML file. Just click the “More” icon at the top right (the three dots), choose “Settings”, then “View favorites settings” and you will see the new option.”
The ability to export favorites to an HTML file is not the only addition for Microsoft Edge brought by build 14926. Windows 10’s default browser now also has the Snooze option, as well as a couple of new extensions. Microsoft obviously pays a lot attention to its browser with smaller or bigger tweaks, but that’s actually a must, since the competition is getting better every day, as well.
Tell us in the comments, what do you think about this addition, and what feature would you like to see in Microsoft Edge in the future builds?
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