How to use Microsoft Edge, Windows 10’s new browser

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(Editor’s Note: We’ve updated this story on July 25, 2016, to include additional functionality provided by the Windows 10 Anniversary Update, including Edge extensions.)

Microsoft’s Edge aspires to be your browser for the modern Web, the board on which you surf the Internet within Windows 10. It’s certainly functional. But how do you use it effectively? We can show you.

Like Windows 10, Edge aims to make life simple. The interface is basic, urging you to pay more attention to the Web content it displays than the user interface itself. And the settings provide a number of simple toggles to turn features on and off.

Microsoft Edge launch screen Mark Hachman

Edge’s Launch screen tends to fill with snippets of content from news, weather, and other topics.

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