How to Customize the New Tab Page in Chromium Microsoft Edge
Microsoft hasn’t yet announced a release date for the new Microsoft Edge browser, but the application keeps getting new features with every update, and the Canary build is a great way to experience all these goodies before the public launch.
One of the most recent Canary updates introduced advanced tweaks for the new tab page, pretty much allowing users to customize the first screen they see when launching the browser.
In Microsoft Edge, the New Tab Page, or NTP, can be used not only to quickly search the web and load the favorite websites, but also to read news that are provided by Bing.
This is a feature inherited from the original version of Microsoft Edge that’s already available in Windows 10.
The Canary build that introduces the new options is 188.8.131.52, so you must be running at least this version to try out the options detailed below.
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