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Microsoft Windows 10 End User: Browsing with Edge

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In Windows 10, Microsoft has introduced a new Internet browser called Microsoft Edge, which competes with the best in class for speed and simplicity. Historically, the default browser in Windows has always been Internet Explorer, but this has changed with Windows 10, and this is possibly one of the biggest changes in the history of Windows. This course introduces Microsoft Edge and tells you all you need to know about this core part of the Windows 10 experience and the future of the platform. This course is one of a series that covers the features and capabilities of the new Windows 10 operating system.

Target Audience
End users who are already using, or will be using, Microsoft Windows 10 operating system for their devices or PCs.


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Microsoft Windows 10 End User: Browsing with Edge

  • start the course
  • identify the new options available in Microsoft Edge
  • use the Reading list to save pages for offline viewing in Windows 10
  • use the annotations toll to make notes on a web page in Windows 10
  • share annotations made on a web page with others in Windows 10
  • access the previous version of Internet Explorer to access pages that are incompatible with Microsoft Edge
  • use the Reading view to remove unneeded clutter from the current web page
  • access and change the Microsoft Edge proxy settings
  • access and change the default home page used when opening Microsoft Edge
  • accessing history and cookies settings in Microsoft Edge
  • configure a social account for online presence in Windows 10
  • configure the Home location for your Windows 10 device
  • configure a Microsoft account to access a Windows 10 device
  • accessing InPrivate mode for web browsing
  • set a home page, and add and share annotations in Microsoft Edge
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