Microsoft Edge is a pretty decent, stable browser but it can be slow at times. There’s a potential fix for its lagginess: try turning off Adobe Flash!
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Microsoft Edge comes as the default web browser for Windows 10, and we don’t quite mind it. It’s a neat, fast little browser that keeps improving with time. Keep an eye on this page to stay updated of current and upcoming features, as well as how to use them.
After the recent November update, the process to export Edge favorites has changed significantly. Find out how to export your favorites from Edge to Chrome / Firefox in our guide below.
Microsoft Edge is always surprising us with new additions every now and then, with the latest hidden feature being the integration of Bing instant answers.
Netflix just launched globally only a few weeks ago, and if you want the best Netflix experience, you might find it in an unlikely place.
Lets give you another demonstration of Windows registry’s power by using it to change default download location for Edge.
Microsoft Edge comes with an array of nice features for basic users. One of them is to the ability to change Edge default search engine. Read on to know how its done.
Here’s a quick guide on how to delete Edge history in Windows 10 – good for wiping your tracks from peeping eyes at home or office.
Here’s a simple tutorial on how you can remove saved passwords in Edge.
Edge might not have a lot to compete against Chrome or other web browsers, but did you know it can control YouTube playback speed?
Who needs a mouse or a touch pad when you can launch Edge from command prompt in Windows 10.