Like Chrome, Microsoft Edge also comes with an “about:flags” page for users to enable developmental options. Here is how you can block users from accessing this page.
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Microsoft Edge now supports extensions with the Windows 10 Anniversary update. Here are some of the best Microsoft Edge extensions you can try right now.
The Edge browser in Windows 10 doesn’t come with a direct method to import/export bookmarks. Here is how you can import or export bookmarks from the Edge browser.
While the Edge browser is slick, it still has a bunch of small and frustrating problems. Here are 5 fixes for the worst and most common of those.
Microsoft added extension support for the Edge browser in its Anniversary Update. Here is how you can install extensions in Microsoft Edge.
One of the most essential apps in all of our arsenals, whether we do our computing on a mobile device, laptop, or desktop, is the browser. Are you loyal to one browser or are you constantly switching?
Having issues with the Edge browser? You can’t uninstall it, but you can manually delete most of its core data & re-register it. Here’s how to reset Microsoft Edge.
Not everyone is a fan of the Bing search engine. If you want to change the default search engine in Microsoft Edge to Google, here’s how it’s done.
If you’re not a fan of the Microsoft Edge browser and want to get rid of it in Windows 10, this tutorial will show you how it’s done.
Microsoft Edge still has a long way to go to be an appealing web browser. In the meantime, here are some tips and tips to help you better utilize it in Windows.
There have been many changes to the Microsoft Edge Web browser since it first arrived on the scene. Here’s why it’s now a solid browser worth another look.
With the introduction of Windows 10, Microsoft also introduced its latest browser called Microsoft Edge. It’s fast, secure, and has more features, but how does it compare to Google Chrome? Let’s find out.
Edge is a brand new browser built to give you a better web experience with web notes, reading mode & more. Is it enough to put Microsoft back in the game?