On the Settings menu, see for the “Open With” options and then select “A specific page or pages.” In the drop down menu under it, select “Custom,” and below which you have to enter the URL of a webpage you want to see when you start up the Edge browser. Click on the “+” button to add which page and go to the next address you want to add. Repeat the procedure up to you have entered all the pages you want to see after the browser opens. Then you have to pin Microsoft Edge, all of those sites must automatically appear in its individual tab.
The Microsoft Edge browser can also pin commonly visited sites to the Windows 10 Start menu. To start a page, go to it using a bookmark or its web address thus the site is open in the Edge browser. Go to the More Actions menu in the upper right corner and select “Pin this page to Start” from that menu. The recently pinned page appears as a clickable shortcut tile on the Start menu.