How to reset Microsoft Edge Browser

How to reset Microsoft Edge Browser

If you are having issues with your browser you can reset it to 'new'.

Open the Edge Browser

Go to the top right and click on the 3 dots, when the menu appears click on Settings

On the Settings page:
#1 On the left hand side type the word 'reset' [without quotes]
#2 On the right hand side Click on the arrow to "Restore settings to their default values".
#3 When the Reset Settings window pops up, click on RESET
Close the browser and test.

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