7 Tips & Tricks Microsoft Edge Browser in Windows 10

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Microsoft Edge is faster browser & safer designed for Windows 10, Why? because Microsoft Edge gives you new ways to find stuff, manage your tabs, read e-books, write on the web, and get help from Cortana, right in the browser. Also you can add extensions to translate websites, block ads, manage your passwords, and much more. Let’s check 7 Tips & Tricks Microsoft Edge Browser in Windows 10 below:

1. Change Microsoft Edge as default browser in Windows 10

  • Select the Start button > settings.
  • In Windows Settings click on Apps.
  • On Default Apps, scroll down to see Web browser, select the browser currently listed, and then select Microsoft Edge from another browser.

2. Find out which version of Microsoft Edge you have

  • Open Microsoft Edge browser.
  • Select More in the upper-right corner > select Settings.
  • Look for your version under About this app.

3. Show favorites bar

  • Select More in the upper-right corner > select Settings.
  • See View favorites settings and then turn on Show the favorites bar.

4. Block pop-ups in Microsoft Edge

  • Select More in the upper-right corner > select Settings.
  • Scroll down > Select Advanced settings.
  • Turn Block pop-ups to On.

5. Use high contrast for better readability

  • To turn on high-contrast mode, press left Alt + Left Shift + Print Screen on your keyboard.
  • Or, go to Settings > Ease of Access  > High contrast
  • Under Choose a theme, select a high contrast theme from the drop-down menu, and then select Apply.

See also: View or Delete Microsoft Edge Browsing History

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6. Set aside tabs for later

  • Select whenever you have tabs that you might need again later. To bring them back, select and then Restore tabs.
  • Select to show previews of all of your tabs at once – super useful when you have several tabs from the same website.
  • Quickly get your bookmarks, saved passwords and browsing history from other browsers on your PC. Select More > Settings > Import from another browser and then choose the browser.

7. Import browsing history, passwords, and other data to Microsoft Edge, see here

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