On Microsoft Edge (Chromium), you can install a website as a web app. You may want to do this if you want faster access and a more personalized experience for content you access frequently.
If the feature sounds familiar, it’s because in previous versions, Microsoft Edge had a similar functionality known as pins. However, the ability to install web apps from the Chromium version of Edge makes sites available from the Start menu and taskbar. In addition, if the website is capable, you can also use it offline.
The most interesting part about web apps for Edge Chromium is that they literally install like normal apps, and you’ll even find them registered in the “Apps & features” settings page.
How to install web apps on Microsoft Edge
To install a website as an app on Windows 10 using Microsoft Edge Chromium, use these steps:
Open Microsoft Edge.
Load the site or service that you want turn into an app.
Click the Settings and More (three-dotted) button on the top-right corner.
Select the Apps option.
Click the Install option.
Select a descriptive name for the site.
Click the Install button.
Once you complete the steps, the website will open as a separate process with a minimalist frame without navigation options or address bar as if it was a native application on Windows 10.
However, you’ll notice a three-dotted button in the top-right, which allows you to access options, such as to remove the app, print, zoom, search, info about the site, and an option to open the site on Microsoft Edge normally.
After you save a site, it’ll install like a normal app, and it’ll appear in the Start menu. You can then pin it to Start or taskbar. You can always access all of your web apps from