How to Copy an Image's Web Address (URL) in Microsoft Edge

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How to Copy an Image's Web Address in Microsoft Edge

Microsoft Edge was developed by Microsoft and is included in the company's Windows 10 operating systems, replacing Internet Explorer as the default web browser.

If, when you are browsing the internet, you want to save a specific image, one way is to copy that image's web address. Microsoft Edge makes it easy.

Here's a step-by-step guide, with screenshots, to copying an image's web address in Microsoft Edge. One hint: make sure you have a folder ready for this information.

Note: Both Firefox and Chrome offer add-ons that enable capturing and storing an image's web address.

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Steps 1 and 2

Select
Select "Copy". Microsoft, Inc.
  • Click on the image whose address you want to copy with the right mouse button.
  • Select Copy (not Copy picture) from the menu that has appeared.
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Step 2.1

Select
Select "Inspect element".
  • If you do not see Copy in the menu:
    • Select Inspect element from the menu instead.
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Steps 2.2 to 2.4

Double-click the URL that appears under the src attribute for that tag
Double-click the URL that appears under the src attribute for that tag.
  • Look for the next <img> tag under DOM Explorer.
  • Double-click the URL that appears under the src attribute for that <img> tag.
  • Press Ctrl-C.