A short tutorial showing you how to quickly and easily disable all automatic video playback on Microsoft Edge. A feature of the browser that should be enabled by default on all browsers, which sadly isn’t.
A short tutorial showing you how to turn on Link Doctor in Microsoft Edge. A feature of the browser that aims to autocorrect errors in typed URLs to get you to your intended destination quicker and easier.
A short tutorial showing you how to rename your Microsoft Edge Chromium profile. A neat new feature of Microsoft Edge Chromium that has only just hit the new browser from the Microsoft team. If you haven’t checked it out yet, it’s certainly worth your time.
A short tutorial showing you two different ways to stop websites you frequently visit appearing in the 'Top Sites' section of Microsoft Edge on Windows 10.
A tutorial showing you how to enable Windows Defender Application Guard for Microsoft Edge. An added level of Internet protection which isolates Microsoft Edge into its own environment.
Microsoft Edge is generally one of the most stable Internet browsers available, seldom suffering any crippling problems. As good as it is though, it can occasionally suffer one aggravating floor, black boxes, flickers and other small graphical glitches. If you are suffering from any sort of graphics glitch when using Edge, this guide will cover some quick troubleshooting steps.
Currently, by default, opening a new tab in Microsoft edge opens a new page containing a ton of app suggestions and random news content. As well as being a messy cluttered interface, it also slows down the entire new tab opening process. The good news is the way these tabs open is customisable, which means you can speed up and declutter new tabs in Microsoft Edge.