Thank you davehc.
Thus, what you answer me i know a long time ago, but my question was nor clearly posten.
What i want to know is where the system keep the favorites of Microsoft Edge in HD.
Because the favorite of IE, they reside in HD in:
Is OK now?
PS. I'm always plugging this program but, I want to suggest that you download and install Agent Ransack, (a stand alone search utility for Windows) I've used it for years.
It will find anything in seconds anyplace on your computer, and it's really easy to use.
Once installed just right click where you want to search in File Explorer and select Agent Ransack, then type in what you want to find.
One of my favorite programs of all time!
I couldn't get along without it.
Thank you for your help again.
But this location was already find by me but i don´t know why, it is not updated.
I put more addresses into some folders in favorites, but they does not appear in that location.
I think is a mistery, because in this location only appear the favorites that i imported from IE11 when i start using Microsoft Edge.
I believe they are stored in the registry, but are encrypted, so you will not be able to see them as text. Edge is, of course, one of the new so-called Apps.,so are in the link given by Mike, somewhere.
You're not going to be able to add them manually. Edge creates the files in the above mentioned folder, it also creates registry entries for the favorite, creates a GUID for it and updates the favorite info in a database file.
I've confirmed it's not encrypted. Here is a partial view of mine. Edge stores them in a database called spartan.edb
Tks. That was, for me, was a good one!.
I guess, Curious, you will have to see if you can manipulate that Dbase - or use Chrome.
Edge definitely runs differently that any other browser. It runs entirely in a svchost.exe service container. There are at least 4 components involved. RuntimeBroker.exe which spawns two processes each called MicrosoftEdgeCP.exe. I assume these CP processes are what fetch content since CP stands for content process. Both of these run with a Low Mandatory Level which means they can't write data to any folder that has a Medium or High Mandatory level with NO-WRITE-UP. So on there own they could only write to your LocalLow appdata folder. The MicrosoftEdge.exe also runs in a Low Mandatory level so it also can't write to much on your drive. Last there is Browser_broker.exe. This process has a medium mandatory level so it could write to disk. I believe the other processes tie into this to handle downloading files/data.