How to Completely Reset Microsoft Edge in Windows 10 Fall Creators Update
If for some reason you decided to stick with Microsoft Edge and avoid switching to a third-party browser, you probably noticed that the experience isn’t as flawlessly as Microsoft hoped it would be, and bugs occasionally occur when browsing the web.
In some cases, issues keep coming back, and the best option in this case is to start from scratch, even though that could involve losing your browsing history, bookmarks, extensions, and other data.
For many, this is just the price you have to pay to be able to use Microsoft Edge as smoothly as possible, so resetting to the default configuration isn’t such a dramatic workaround.
Fortunately, resetting Microsoft Edge isn’t rocket science and it takes just a couple of minutes to complete, though it’s worth mentioning from the very beginning that you can reset the browser only for the account that you’re currently logged in with.
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