How to Sync Edge Bookmarks Between Windows 10 Devices

One of the convenient things you can do with Google Chrome is sync bookmarks, browser history, and more between machines by simply signing in with your Google account. The new web browser in Windows 10, Microsoft Edge, allows you to sync data between other Windows 10 devices, too.

Note: You’ll be able to sync your Edge Favorites, Reading List, and other data between Windows 10 devices (including Windows Phone if you have one) by signing into your Microsoft account on each device first.

Sync Data in Microsoft Edge

Launch Edge and head to Settings and under the Account section turn on Sync your favorites and reading list.

Edge Settings

Now launch Edge on your second PC and open Settings and under the Account section and make sure the option to sync favorites is turned on. In the example below, device syncing isn’t turned on yet. If you see the same thing – click the Device sync settings link.

The Windows 10 Settings app will open to Accounts > Sync your settings section. There make sure to turn on the Sync settings switch. Here you can choose also choose individual settings you want to sync between Windows 10 devices. Individual settings to sync include Theme, Internet Explorer settings, Passwords and more.


If you’re using a Windows Phone with Windows 10 Mobile, you can make sure Edge is syncing to it, too. Launch Edge, go to Settings, and scroll down and flip the Sync your content switch to On.

Windows 10 Mobile

That’s all there is to it. Now your Edge data will sync on each Windows 10 device you have. It’s worth mentioning that you might need to restart Edge on one or both machines to force the syncing process.

Also, if you have been using a different browser and want to move to Edge, take a look at how to import Chrome, IE, or Firefox bookmarks into Microsoft Edge.

Do you like to keep your Microsoft Edge bookmarks and other Windows 10 settings synced up? Leave a comment below and let us know your thoughts.

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  1. Black Hole

    This now 6th June 2018 and Edge sync between Windows machines still doesn’t work. Some receive 20% of favorites then another machine receives multiple copies of folders, sub folders and favorites. Edge sync between Windows machines and Edge on an Android smartphone doesn’t work either. Folder structure is not carried across to the ‘phone, all favorites (some 2000+ of them) arrive at top level. At this time Edge is unusable, I have no choice but to continue with Chrome. Shame really. Sometime soon Google will release a ChromeOS for desktop then I can abandon Microsoft to their fate!

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