In Windows 10, you can directly share web pages in Microsoft Edge using installed UWP (Universal Windows Platform) apps such as Mail, Twitter, OneNote, Cortana Reminders, Facebook, etc…
Starting with Windows 10 build 15002, Microsoft has redesigned the Windows sharing experience to be more app-focused and integrated with where you are sharing from. The new Windows Share experience will pop-up the new share flyout within the app you are sharing from and give you a list of applications you can share to. This list changes based on your usage.
Starting with Windows 10 build 15042, the new Share icon is now visible in Microsoft Edge.
This tutorial will show you how to directly share web pages in Microsoft Edge using UWP (Universal Windows Platform) apps from the Share flyout in Windows 10.