How to reset Microsoft Edge via Powershell in Windows 10

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Reset Microsoft Edge in Windows 10: - The new version of windows released by Microsoft It has made several changes in terms of functionality and applications. One of the important applications is the new web browser, Microsoft Edge. While it provides a faster browsing experience and has improved performance, some bugs have been found recently. Occasionally, on some systems, the welcome page is found to appear quite frequently without users' consent. Also, most of you would have encountered other problems such as blocking web pages, strange aspects of the toolbar, menu settings and frequent pop-ups. I would have tried to completely uninstall the program. But then, that's not possible with Microsoft Edge, although it might work with all other browsers.

To fix these Microsoft Edge problems, there are some resets that may help you. Let me tell you some basic methods you should follow. This requires some changes that need to be made to your Settings.


Restore via Powershell.

Delete and re-register your main data in Microsoft Edge. Back up all data and create a system restore point before proceeding to help you in case of an error.

STEP 1: Go to the folder below and delete all the data in it.


Replace your_user_name with your computer username

STEP 2: Open Windows Powershell from the Start menu. Right-click and choose Run as administrator.

STEP 3: Type the following command when prompted for input. Press the Enter key once done.

Get-AppXPackage -AllUsers -Name Microsoft.MicrosoftEdge | Foreach {Add-AppxPackage -DisableDevelopmentMode -Register “$ ($ _. InstallLocation) AppXManifest.xml” -Verbose}

STEP 4: Once you see the following message, it means that all data is deleted and Microsoft Edge is re-registered. Restart your PC to feel the change.

Hope you find it useful. Try it.

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