Want a better way to read articles in Microsoft Edge? Check out Reading View, a mode that strips away all of a website’s ads, social media, and special formatting for a distraction-free reading experience. Here’s how to use it in Windows 10.
Microsoft makes bold performance claims for its Edge web browser, stating that it’s significantly faster than both Firefox and Chrome. We run our own benchmarks to test Microsoft’s claims and see how the top four browsers stack up in the latest build of Windows 10.
Do often find yourself overwhelmed while browsing the web due to the dozens of tabs you have open? A new feature in Microsoft Edge aims to help you manage and save your tabs by “setting them aside.” If you’re running the new Windows 10 Creators Update, here’s how this feature works.
Are you getting ready to shop online this holiday season? You might want to consider using Microsoft Edge. The Windows 10 browser teams up with Cortana to automatically find and display money-saving coupons at many popular online retailers.
The new Microsoft Edge Web browser features a nice start page by default that provides easy access to Bing search, user account settings, local weather, news, and more. But some users want to use a custom start page, such as Google, when they launch Edge. Here’s how to set up a custom start page in Edge.
The new Microsoft Edge browser in Windows 10 uses Bing as the default search engine. While Bing has its fans, many users prefer to use Google. Due to Microsoft’s use of the OpenSearch standard, however, Google and other popular search engines aren’t yet available as valid search providers. Until Microsoft and Google can fix this, here’s a workaround to make Google your default search engine in Edge.