The List of Internal Page URLs in Microsoft Edge

The List of Internal Page URLs in Microsoft Edge Chromium

Microsoft Edge, similar to Google Chrome, Opera, and other chromium-based browsers, includes a list of internal web pages which can provide extra details about various browser features, allow changing them, and even simulating web page errors. 

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Microsoft Edge is now a Chromium-based browser with a number of exclusive features like Read Aloud and services tied to Microsoft instead of Google.


The stable version of Microsoft Edge Chromium is available to the public for a while. The browser has already received a few updates, with support for ARM64 devices in Edge Stable 80. Also, Microsoft Edge is still supporting a number of aging Windows versions, including Windows 7, which has recently reached its end of support. Check out Windows Versions Supported by Microsoft Edge Chromium. Finally, interested users can download MSI installers for deployment and customization.

For pre-release versions, Microsoft is currently using three channels to deliver updates to Edge Insiders. The Canary channel receives updates daily (except Saturday and Sunday), the Dev channel is getting updates weekly, and the Beta channel is updated every 6 weeks. Microsoft is going to support Edge Chromium on Windows 7, 8.1 and 10, alongside macOS, Linux (coming in the future) and mobile apps on iOS and Android.

Internal Page URLs in Microsoft Edge Chromium

Microsoft Edge Internal URLs

Most of the Chromium-based browsers have their own protocol for internal pages. In Chrome it is chrome://something, in Opera it is opera://something.  For Edge, Microsoft is using the edge protocol name that allows you to access its internal pages. For example, edge://sandbox shows the status of the sandbox feature in Microsoft Edge.

Here is the list of internal URLs which are available in Edge.

The list of internal URLs available in Edge

Microsoft Edge URLDescription
edge://aboutThe list of all built-in page URLs. Similar to edge://edge-urls/
edge://accessibilityChange accessibility mode, see available capabilities.
edge://app-service-internalsShows available app services
edge://application-guard-internalsShows the state of Application Guard on Windows. Includes logs, host information, and a few tools to check URL trust, ping, and more.
edge://appsThe list of installed apps in Microsoft Edge.
edge://autofill-internalsShows autofill logs.
edge://blob-internalsThe list of blob data (if present).
edge://bluetooth-internalsBluetooth details, such as adapters, devices, and debug logs.
edge://collected-cookie-dialogA cookie-specific page
edge://compatThe Compatibility hub. Includes Enterprise Mode Site List entries, User agent overrides, CDM overrides, and the status of Internet Explorer mode (including diagnostics).
edge://componentsInstalled plugins and components.
edge://conflictsThe page lists all modules loaded in the browser and rendered processes, and modules registered to load at a later point in time.
edge://connectors-internalsShows available enterprise connectors.
edge://conversion-internalsAttribution Reporting API Internals
edge://crashesLists all recently logged and reported crashes. Also on this page you can clear the logs.
edge://creditsShows credits for various components and features included in Edge.
edge://data-viewerView diagnostic data.
edge://device-logProvides information for device Edge can interefere with, like Bluetooth, USB devices, etc.
edge://discardsThe list of tabs that may be discarded, e.g. to turn them into "sleeping tabs" to free up system resources.
edge://download-internalsDisplays the status of the current download(s) (if any). There is also an option to start a new download.
edge://downloadsThe built-in download manager page listing all downloads of Edge.
edge://edge-dlp-internalsData loss prevention page.
edge://edge-urlsLists all built-in page URLs. Same as edge://about
edge://extensionsThe extension manager that shows all the installed extensions and their options.
edge://favoritesOpen Bookmarks.
edge://flagsOpens the experimental feature editor to enable or disable hidden options not exposed anywhere in the GUI.
edge://floc-internalsFLOC details for user tracking. This is a Chromium-specific page.
edge://gcm-internalsA Chromium-specific page.
edge://gpuLists details and capabilities of the graphics adapter. Also shows driver bug workarounds and potential issues.
edge://helpShows the installed version of Microsoft Edge and performs an update check.
edge://histogramsPage load stats from the browser start to the last open page.
edge://historyBrowsing history.
edge://indexeddb-internalsIndexedDB usage details by sites.
edge://inspectAllows setting network targets and port forwarding for USB devices.
edge://interstitialsThe list of service pages that Edge displays when it hits into an SSL error, detecs a captive portal, or for a lookalike URL.
edge://invalidationsInvalidations debug information.
edge://local-stateBrowser features and policies, and their status in JSON format.
edge://managementPage is only avaialble if some Group Policies are applied to the Edge browser. The browser also shows a "managed by a company or organization" banner in its UI.
edge://media-engagementLists media engagement options, and displays sessions.
edge://media-internalsSome more details about media
edge://naclNaCl (Native Client) information.
edge://net-exportAllows creating a network log.
edge://net-internals/#dnsClear host cache.
edge://net-internals/#hstsManage domain security policy settings.
edge://net-internals/#proxyRe-apply current proxy settings, or remove inaccessible proxies.
edge://net-internals/#socketsAllows the user to close idle sockets and flush socket pools.
edge://network-errorsDisplays the list of network errors that Edge may throw.
edge://newtabOpens the default New Tab page.
edge://ntp-tiles-internalsShows configuration details for New Tab Page, for example, if the Top Sites option is enabled or not, the list of its sites, and so on.
edge://omniboxShows address bar input results on the page.
edge://password-manager-internalsShows the built-in password manager internal details.
edge://policyLists Group Policies applied to Edge. Here you can also export them to a JSON file.
edge://predictorsAuto-complete and resource prefetch predictors.
edge://prefs-internalsEdge preferences and their values in JSON format.
edge://printPrint Preview page.
edge://process-internalsSite isolation mode information. Includes the list of sites that are isolated.
edge://push-internalsPush Messaging debug snapshot.
edge://quota-internalsDisk quota information including available free disk space for the profile directory.
edge://sandboxThe sandbox status for Edge processes.
edge://serviceworker-internalsService Worker details.
edge://settingsOpens the browser's Settings.
edge://signin-internalsSign-in status, refresh tokens, email addresses and other details for the user account.
edge://site-engagementShows site engagement scores for every visited site.
edge://sync-internalsAdvanced details on synchronization in Edge.
edge://systemOS details, including Edge and Windows version, resource usage, and more.
edge://termsThe End-User License Agreement.
edge://tracingRecord, load, and save trace data.
edge://translate-internalsExtra details for the built-in translator.
edge://ukmMetric collection
edge://usb-internalsAllows testing USB devices. Includes a device list.
edge://user-actionsLists user actions.
edge://versionEdge version information including command line parameters and variations (experiments).
edge://web-app-internalsInstalled app details in JSON format
edge://webrtc-internalsAllows creating WebRTC dumps.
edge://webrtc-logsRecently created WebRTC text and event logs.
edge://surfPlay the built-in Surf game.
edge://whats-newInherited from Chromium. In Google Chrome, it shows the most recent additions to the browser. As of this writing, does nothing in Edge.

Source: Kamran Mackey via msfntext.

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