How to Reset Microsoft Edge in Windows 10


Microsoft Edge is a new inclusion in Windows 10 and now it is running pretty good as this is fast and consume less bandwidth than other standard web browsers like Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox or Internet Explorer. Even, Microsoft is promoting Microsoft Edge over Internet Explorer. Although, this is not so feature rich but still people are using this web browser as stability and overall performance. Sometime you may need to open Internet Explorer but eventually, Microsoft Edge is super useful web browser.

Microsoft-Edge

If you are using Microsoft Edge, you may know that some features are included in this web browser but they are not as user friendly as it is in other browsers like Chrome or Firefox. You have to find options to do something. Just for an example, here is a tutorial.

Do you know how to reset Microsoft Edge in Windows 10? Or, do you know how to clear browsing data of Microsoft Edge?


Here is a solution that will let you reset Microsoft Edge or delete all browsing history from Microsoft Edge web browser in Windows 10. This is not a time consuming task but the feature is not as user friendly as it is in other browsers. This is the only problem with Microsoft Edge. Actually this is not a problem. In fact, this is good but it seems a problem because people are used to with Chrome and Firefox.

Reset Microsoft Edge in Windows 10

Unlike Chrome, Firefox and IE, you have to do something else to remove browsing history from Microsoft Edge. Microsoft Edge has the option but you have to navigate through some options to reset Microsoft Edge.

At first, open Edge web browser on your PC and click on the three dotted button to expand other settings. Following that, click on Choose what to clear that comes under Clear browsing data.

Reset Microsoft Edge in Windows 10

Now, you will get an option called Show more. Click on that to expand more options what you may have to check before hitting the Clear button. You can delete these following things,

  • Browsing history
  • Cookies and saved website data
  • Cached data and files
  • Download history
  • Form data
  • Passwords
  • Media licenses
  • Pop-up exceptions
  • Location permissions
  • Full screen permissions
  • Compatibility permissions

You can select any of those aforementioned options and hit the Clear button.

Hope this little tutorial will help you a lot.

Read More: How to Block Microsoft Edge in Windows 10

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