How do I make a fix Microsoft edge not working issue.

Has your Microsoft Edge not working due to any specific reason? Then you can very easily resolve this problem with the help of simple steps mentioned in this article and you can simply follow them.

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How to fix Microsoft Edge not working?

  • First of all, you are required to visit the official Microsoft Edge download page.
  • Click on the Current and support under the Select channel/version option.
  • Select the latest browser version.
  • Select the OS version of your Windows and then click on the Download tab.
  • Click on Accept and download option.
  • Now install the downloaded file by double-clicking on the .exe file.
  • Follow the on-screen instructions to install the application.
  • Restart your computer to complete the process.

Restore Default Settings

  • By restoring the browser to the default settings, you can also fix the Microsoft Edge not working issue very easily through the below steps:
  • Click on the Start icon and then type Run into the search bar.
  • Type C:/Users/%username%/AppData/Local/Packages.
  • Click on the OK tab.
  • Select the file with the name Microsort.MicrosoftEdge and then click on Cut.
  • Now again click on the Start menu and then type Powershell.
  • Right-click on the PowerShell application and then select the Run option.
  • Now type the required command and then follow the on-screen instructions.

Restore Default Settings via Microsoft Edge Browser

  • Open the Microsoft Edge and then click on the menu available at the top-right corner.
  • Scroll down and then click on the Settings.
  • Check all the boxes under the Clear browsing data.
  • Now click on the Clear tab.
  • After that, restart your browser to complete the process.

Disable Microsoft Extensions

  • Open Microsoft Edge and then click on the three dots or menu available at the top-right corner of the screen.
  • Now scroll down and then click on Extensions.
  • Now you will have to disable all the extensions by clicking on the blue toggle button.
  • After that, close the settings and restart your browser.
  • Now you can check whether the problem is resolved or not by disabling the extensions in your browser.

Microsoft Edge not connecting to Internet

  • Open the Internet Explorer on your computer.
  • Click on the gear icon available at the top-right corner.
  • From the scroll-down menu, click on Internet Options.
  • Click on the Connections tab.
  • Now click on the LAN Settings button.
  • Now uncheck all the boxes and then click on the OK tab.
  • After that, restart your browser and then try to connect it to the internet.

Switch to Private Network

  • Go to the Start menu on your computer.
  • Click on the Settings option.
  • Click on Network & Internet section.
  • Now click on the Ethernet option.
  • Click on your network connection under the Ethernet.
  • Now change the settings for Find devices and content to On.
  • After that, restart your computer and then check if the problem is resolved.

Enable DNS Client

  • Open the Run box and then type services.msc to open the Services.
  • Now look for the DNS Client and then check its status.
  • Now right-click on DNS Client service and then select the Start option.
  • After that, you will have to restart your computer.

Register App Packages

  • Go to the Start menu on your computer and then right-click on it.
  • Open the Command Prompt.
  • Type PowerShell into the command line and then press Enter.
  • In the Administrator, PowerShell window, type the below command and then press the Enter:

Get-AppXPackage | Foreach {Add-AppxPackage -DisableDevelopmentMode -Register "$($_.InstallLocation)AppXManifest.xml"}

  • Now restart your computer and then check whether your Microsoft Edge browser is working or not.

Run the SFC Scan

  • Go to the Start menu available on the bottom left side of the screen and then type cmd to open the Command Prompt.
  • Now right-click on the Command Prompt and then select Open as Administrator.
  • Now type sfc/scannow into the given field and then press the Enter.
  • After that, wait for few minutes until the scan process finishes.
  • Now restart the computer after the completion of the scanning process.

Run the App Troubleshooter

  • First of all, go to the Settings of your computer by clicking on the Start menu available at the left bottom side.
  • Click on Update & Security section.
  • Click on the Troubleshoot option in the left pane side of the screen and then Troubleshoot window will open.
  • Now click on Windows Store Apps.
  • After that, click on the Run the troubleshooter button on the right side of the window.
  • Now your computer will begin to troubleshoot and it will diagnose any kind of available issue.
  • Now you can simply restart your computer to complete the process.

If the above-given steps not helping you to resolve this issue, then contact the Microsoft Edge customer service team and get the best solutions from the professionals to fix this issue in a very simple way. They will help you to resolve all kinds of problems related to Microsoft Edge whenever you contact the customer service team.

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