Fall Creators Update for Windows 10 has added Repair and Reset options to Microsoft Edge browser app.
If the default Windows 10 browser, Microsoft Edge isn’t working properly, you can now repair or reset it from the Settings app to make it work again, here is how that can be done.
Repair or reset Microsoft Edge
1. Click on Start, open Settings
2. Click on Apps > Apps & features, scroll down and click on Microsoft Edge to select (you can also search for Edge to show on your screen)
3. Click Advanced Options, click Repair.
4. Open Edge and browse some sites to see how it works. If repairing Edge hasn’t helped, click ‘Reset’ button, this will remove Edge’s browsing history, cookies and settings, but your favorites will be kept.
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