How to Reset Microsoft Edge in Windows 10

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When Microsoft Edge browser does not work properly on your Windows 10 likeĀ  performance is slowing down, often freeze, crash, etc. If this has happened, reset can be the best choice. With reset, it will restore Microsoft Edge settings to default.

See also: View or delete browsing history in Microsoft Edge Windows 10

On the latest version of Windows 10, Microsoft has implemented new features so you can easily repair Microsoft Edge. More info: Reinstalling Microsoft Edge Browser in Windows 10

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  1. Open Settings, press Windows key + I > Apps.
  2. Click Microsoft Edge > Advanced options.
  3. Scroll down then click Reset.
  4. Click Reset again.
  5. Wait process to complete then close the Settings window.

How to Reset Microsoft Edge in Windows 10 can be one of the troubleshooting options when you encounter problems with the Microsoft Edge browser.

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