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As we announced last week, with the reveal of Microsoft Edge we are archiving the IEBlog. Future posts for both Microsoft Edge and Internet Explorer will take place at our new home on Windows Blogs, the Microsoft Edge Dev Blog. We’ve redirected the RSS feed for the IEBlog to point to our new home. If…
This morning, Joe Belfiore took to the stage at Build 2015 to share more about the next chapter in our story for Windows 10, including revealing more about “Project Spartan,” our new default browser for Windows. We’re excited to share Joe’s announcement that Project Spartan’s official name is Microsoft Edge. You’ll see this name coming…
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With the next release of Windows 10, which is already available through the Insider Preview Program on Build 14986 , we received a new way policy "Keep favorites in sync between Internet Explorer and Microsoft Edge" to configure the favorites in IE and Edge.
The new GPO is located under:
User Configuration\Administrative Templates\Windows Components\Microsoft Edge
"Keep favorites in sync between Internet Explorer and Microsoft Edge"
After enabling this policy, favorites in Edge and Internet Explorer stay synchronized. This means, Favorites you add in Internet Explorer do appear automatically in Microsoft Edge too and Favorites you delete in Edge are deleted in Internet Explorer as well.
Another benefit of this policy, is that this setting eases also the maintenance of the favorites. In addition, the workflow also honors redirected favorites, so you can keep your IE-favorites on a network-share, and those are then copied to your Edge browser on the client.
From a technical point of view, Microsoft Edge still uses its own database at %LOCALAPPDATA%\Packages\Microsoft.MicrosoftEdge_8wekyb3d8bbwe\AC\MicrosoftEdge\User\Default\DataStore\Data\nouser1\120712-0049\DBStore\spartan.edb to use and manage its favorites and IE still uses the URL-files in the favorites-folder, which may also be redirected on a network-share. But, with the policy enabled, these favorites just stay in sync through Edge:
- When you add a favorite in Edge, it is added in the favorites-folder of IE too.
- When you add a favorite in Internet Explorer while Edge is not running, the database from Edge is not updated, as this is done when Edge is running.
- When you add a favorite in Internet Explorer while Edge is currently running, the favorite will appear in Edge too Windows Repair Portable Tool 1 9 1 full
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[Windows 10 Tip] Remove “Microsoft Edge” Button from Tab .
Usually after asking to install an ActiveX add-on, IE would be able to browse and download from this catalog. But this time, there's no such familiar confirmation message. The instruction put up on the site says that I have to enable the "Userdata persistence" setting. But when I checked it out, IE 11 had already enabled it by default,
So I tried to uncheck the "Enable Protected Mode (requires restarting Internet Explorer)" from Security tab of Internet options,
and thank God, this time it can actually install this ActiveX add-on,
Now I can download my old printer's 64 bit device drivers,
I hope Microsoft will provide more goodies drivers like this for other old hardwares. Thank you, Microsoft!
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With the release of newer Windows 10 versions, Microsoft has added a new feature to Internet Explorer web browser. Now when you launch Internet Explorer in Windows 10, you'll notice a new "Microsoft Edge" button next to the "New Tab" button on the tab bar as shown in following screenshot:
This new "Microsoft Edge" button can be used to launch Microsoft Edge web browser right from the Internet Explorer. It seems this new addition has been done to promote Microsoft Edge browsers to more Windows 10 users.
If you don't use Microsoft Edge browser in Windows 10, this new button might start irritating you. Fortunately Microsoft has also added a built-in option to hide/remove this button.
If you also want to hide or remove new "Microsoft Edge" button from Internet Explorer toolbar, following steps will help you:
1. Open Internet Explorer from Start -> Windows Accessories or by using iexplore command in RUN dialog box. Now click on Tools button (gear icon) present on the toolbar. Alternatively you can press ALT X keys together to access Tools menu.
2. Now select Internet Options item from Tools menu. It'll open Internet Options window.
3. Now go to Advanced tab and scroll down a little. You'll see "Hide the button (next to the New Tab button) that opens Microsoft Edge" option.
Enable this option and apply the changes.
4. Surprisingly, it'll NOT apply the changes immediately. You'll need to close Internet Explorer and then re-launch it to apply the changes.
Now the "Microsoft Edge" button will no longer be visible on the tab bar.
In future if you decide to show the button again, simply disable/uncheck the option mentioned in step 3 again.
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