Configure Microsoft Edge Settings on Your Computer

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This article provides instructions on how to configure some Microsoft Edge settings on your computer.

For more information on the Edge browser, please see https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/microsoft-edge.

Change Microsoft Edge Home Page

  1. Launch Microsoft Edge by clicking the e shortcut on the taskbar or the Microsoft Edge shortcut in the Start menu.
    The "e" shortcut on the taskbar is highlighted, center bottom of screen.

    Start menu with Microsoft Edge shortcut highlighted, leftmost item in second row of tiles.
     
  2. Click the (more actions) icon in the top right corner of the Edge window, then click Settings.
    The "..." icon is in the top-right corner of window and "Settings" is highlighted.
     
  3. Under Open with, select A specific page or pages and then select Custom from the drop-down menu. Enter the URL of your selected home page (www.xfinity.net in this example) then click the + sign to the right.
    Settings drop-down with "A specific page or pages" set to "Custom", homepage entered and "+" highlighted.
     
  4. Click the X to the right of the about:start setting to remove the old home page.
    Settings drop-down with "X" to the right of "about:start" highlighted.

Clear Cookies/Cache in Microsoft Edge

  1. Click the (more actions) icon in the top right corner of the Edge window, then click Settings.
    The "..." icon is in the top-right corner of window and "Settings" is highlighted at bottom of menu.
     
  2. Scroll down to the Clear browsing data section and click the Choose what to clear button.
    Settings drop-down, under "Clear browsing data", "Choose what to clear" is highlighted.
     
  3. Select all desired options (Browsing history, Cached data and files, etc.), then click the Clear button.
    Clearing browsing data drop-down menu with all options highlighted and "Clear" button below them.
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