How To Use Microsoft Edge In Windows 10

Microsoft Edge

Introduction

Microsoft Edge is the latest version of the Web Browser in Windows 10. Microsoft Edge is the updated version of Internet Explorer. It is fast, compatible and built for the modern Web. It is the default Web Browser. Microsoft Edge is designed to work easily and helps you to get the things, easy sharing, reading, discovery and more.
Microsoft Edge gives you better approaches to discover stuff, read and write on the Web and get help from Cortana. Furthermore, now you can add extensions to translate the Websites, block adds, manage your password and lot more.

Details
  • Version:3.0
  • Date Published: 6/09/2016
  • File Name:6053_Microsoft_Edge_WSG_External.docx 
  • File Size:3.9 MB

System Requirements

ItemMinimum Requirements
Processor1 GHz or faster 32-bit x86 or 64-bit x64
Operating SystemWindows 10
PeripheralsInternet connection and a compatible pointing device

Firstly, you will need to launch Microsoft Edge. Select Microsoft Edge icon on the Window taskbar.

Microsoft Edge

Hub

Select Hub icon and view your favorites, reading list, Browser history and downloads.

Hub

Notes

Microsoft Edge has a new Web notes features. You can take any page on the internet, which can be taken into the Web note view. You can use Web note view tool and draw on, highlight, erase, add notes and copy the individual parts of a Web page. You can save the notes to Microsoft OneNote, your favorite in your reading list.

Notes

Private Browsing

Click the more action icon and select New InPrivate Window to open a private-Browsing mode. In this mode, your Browser history would not be saved.

Private Browsing

Advanced setting

In Microsoft Edge go to more action icon then click setting and select advanced setting. You can turn on or off the show home button, block pop-ups, Adobe Flash Player, Caret Browsing and manage your saved password.

Advanced setting