Articles tagged: Microsoft Edge Browser
Multiple instances of your browser showing in the task manager is not a problem — it’s how browsers work. It’s the total RAM usage you should pay attention to.
Since Edge is a component of Windows itself, uninstalling it isn’t an option. I’ll review alternatives to help resolve Edge problems.
It is possible to change the default search engine in Edge; it’s just not obvious and sometimes ineffective.
It’s easy to start using the Chrome internet browser instead of Edge, and I’ll show you how. Unfortunately, Edge may still make occasional appearances.
It’s difficult to go wrong when selecting a browser these days.
Clearing all cookies can be painful. Fortunately, it’s also possible to clear cookies one site at a time.
How to say, “Thanks, but no thanks” to Bing — to the extent that you can, that is.
I walk through downloading an installing Microsoft Edge, and then downloading and installing LastPass, followed by some basic demonstration of LastPass.
Microsoft Edge has a bad reputation as an under-powered web browser. That’s all about to change.
Modern browsers include a webpage debugging tool that you should know about, even if you aren’t a web developer.
“Clear your browser cache” is the first thing to try when you encounter webpage problems. I’ll look at why and how to clear your cache.
Microsoft’s strategy to push Edge seems to be dooming both Edge and IE (and how you can get IE back in Windows 10).
We’ll look at how to review and adjust privacy settings in several areas of Win10.