The favorites toolbar in Microsoft Edge helps you to save websites that you want to visit again later. If you want to know how to enable or disable the favorites toolbar, read this article about it.
You can enable or disable the favorites toolbar in Microsoft Edge in three ways. You can do this via the favorites button in the toolbar, a key combination, or the settings.
Show or hide favorites toolbar in Microsoft Edge
Show favorites using the toolbar
Open the Microsoft Edge browser. In the toolbar, click on the Favorites icon. Next, click on the “more options” menu, recognizable by the three horizontal dots. Then click on “Show favorites toolbar”.
You can choose to always display the favorites toolbar. Never display it or only display it on new tabs.
Display the favorites toolbar by keystroke
Open Microsoft Edge if you want to show or hide the favorites toolbar directly. Press the CTRL + SHIFT + B key combination. You will see that the favorites toolbar is now enabled. If you press it again, the favorites toolbar will be disabled again.
Show favorites toolbar via settings
The settings in Microsoft Edge offer a category called “Appearance”. In this category, you can customize the toolbar. In this setting, you can also enable or disable the favorites toolbar.
On the Microsoft Edge browser. In the upper right corner, click on the menu icon. In the menu, then click Settings.
On the left side of the settings, click on “Appearance”. Then, in the “Customize Toolbar” section, you will see the option “Show favorites toolbar”. Here you can choose whether to display the favorites toolbar always, never, or only on new tabs.
I hope this has helped you. Thanks for reading!
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