In Windows 10, Microsoft introduced a new browser called Microsoft Edge. It was created to replace Internet Explorer. Edge is positioned as a modern browser with support of all mainstream web standards. Microsoft implemented a new rendering engine for the browser, which stripped out a lot of legacy code. However, for many users, Microsoft Edge is not at all impressive. It lacks usability, comes without extensions support and it is a Modern/Universal app with many limitations. Its user interface is absolutely terrible and it has no configurable options at all compared to Internet Explorer's rich options. Many users think of Edge as a junk browser and want to remove Microsoft Edge from Windows 10. Today, I would like to share how it can be done.