The latest version of Microsoft Edge Canary comes with a new feature to enhance privacy in the browser, allowing users to choose what data to remove when closing the app.
As revealed on reddit by Leopeva64, Microsoft Edge Canary 220.127.116.11 adds a new option in the privacy settings screen to let users configure the information that should be cleared automatically every time the browser is closed.
If you’re interested in not leaving any traces or you’re using a shared computer and don’t want your history to be left behind, this feature certainly comes in handy, especially because it allows you to configure exactly the data that would be removed.
The new option is available under Settings > Privacy and services > Clear browsing data. It is called “Choose what to clear every time you close the browser.”
The more people asking for it the higher the chance they will implement it, let's hope many Edge-chromium users hit the feedback button and ask for it.I too hope this happens. I don't want that "personal news" loading... even if it is below screen. I just want a blank screen!
I received two responses from M$. The first re: clearing browsing data on exit, and the second re: not including an adblocker or making it optional. Kudos to the Edge Team!
i do, duckduckgo will be my search engine when i type searches right to the adress barHave you set address bar search engine as DDG? Settings > Privacy and Services > scroll to bottom of the page > mange search engines.
Or have I misunderstood your question?
I have the same issue with the new Twitter layout.i do, duckduckgo will be my search engine when i type searches right to the adress bar
But when i open new tab > microsoft search page > ads
But eventually those ads gets away after restarting browser, but i have no idea why that happens sometimes
If i remember correct, it happened with opera aswell...but its not a major problem anywaysI have the same issue with the new Twitter layout.
When refreshing the page (F5) the ads go away.
Tested with uBlock Origin (from MS store) and AdGuard (from chrome store).