You can keep track of the websites you visit frequently by adding them asÂ favoritesÂ in Microsoft Edge.
EachÂ profileÂ in Microsoft Edge will have their own separate favorites.
You can use theÂ EditFavoritesEnabledÂ policy to allow or deny users from adding, importing, removing (delete), renaming, arranging, and modifying favorites in Microsoft Edge.
Enable this policy to let users add, import, remove (delete), rename, arrange, and modify favorites. This is the default behavior if you don’t configure the policy.
Disable this policy to stop users from adding, importing, removing (delete), renaming, arranging, and modifying favorites. They can still use existing favorites. This can be handy in an environment where you add the favorites you want for all users on the computer to use in Microsoft Edge without the users being able to change them. For example: in a work, school, or family child environment.
This tutorial will show you how to enable or disable allowing all users to add, remove, arrange, and modify favorites in the Chromium basedÂ Microsoft Edge.