How to Configure Site Exceptions for Microsoft Edge’s Browsing Data Cleaner
Microsoft has updated Microsoft Edge Dev with a new option that allows users to create site exceptions for the automatic browsing data cleaner.
First and foremost, a few words about this tool. As you most likely know already, just like most other browsers, Microsoft Edge can be configured to automatically remove browsing data when closing the app.
This means that when closing Edge, information like the browsing history, passwords, cache, cookies, and others are automatically purged, which means that no traces are left on your device. This is an important privacy feature, and it exists in the majority of browsers, including Firefox and Chrome.
So technically, if you want to always start from scratch, you can easily enable this feature in Edge. But what if you want some sites to keep their data in Microsoft Edge?
Beginning with the latest Microsoft Edge Dev build, you can actually add websites to the list of exceptions in the browser, technically instructing the ap… (read more)
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