It has come to our knowledge that Microsoft is working to add a new e-book store to Windows 10. There, the user will be able to find, download and buy books.
Today, we will see how to export favorites to a file in Edge. Microsoft Edge, the default browser of Windows 10, now allows you to export and import favorites to a file without using third-party tools.
It is possible to import history, bookmarks and saved passwords from other browsers to Microsoft Edge. With Windows 10 Creators Update, Edge now has the required option and can import from Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox and other browsers.
With the recently released Windows 10 build 15002, Microsoft Edge got a new security feature. Now the browser will block all untrusted Flash content on web pages you visit.
You can set Google as the default search engine in Microsoft Edge. By default, it uses Bing as its default search engine, but this can be changed quickly using its options. In this article, we'll see how it can be done.
You can set tabs aside in Microsoft Edge in Windows 10 Creators Update. This new feature allows you to create tab groups in Edge which can be restored later or added to Favorites. Let's explore this useful addition to the Edge browser.
Every Windows 10 user is familiar with the new default browser, Microsoft Edge. It is intended to be faster and support all modern web standards. With every feature release of Windows 10, Edge becomes more feature-rich and useful.
The ability to search the selected text with the default search engine in available in all modern browsers. Opera, Firefox and Google Chrome provide this ability out of the box. Let's see how to get the same feature in Microsoft Edge.
Ghostery is one of the most popular extensions to block trackers on the Internet. While a lot of extensions like ad-blockers provide the same functionality, Ghostery sometimes does it better than others because it is its primary function.
Since the launch of Windows 10 Anniversary Update with support for extensions in Microsoft Edge, there hasn't been many of them released in the Windows Store. One of the reasons for that is that Microsoft isn't allowing individual developers to publish them, only partnering with the ones they find interesting. From the start, there were already two ad blocking extensions — AdBlock and AdBlock Plus, and now there's finally a third option available: uBlock Origin has made its way to the Windows Store.