Edge Browser has replaced the old-school Internet Explorer in Windows. IE was there for quite some time but was not that famous and people were more tilted towards Google Chrome and Firefox etc. In order to compete with these above mentioned browsers Microsoft came up with Edge browser in Windows 10. The browsing experience of the users have been enhanced greatly with this browser as it has got many impressive features. You can also learn about Disabling and Enabling Cookies on Edge Browser.
You may not know that you are being constantly stalked on the Web. Lots of websites and the 3rd party content they host will track all your activities and track your browsing behavior like the links you click, the pages you have visited and the products you have bought. Now you can try to opt out of all this by telling the website which you don’t want to be monitored by simply setting the browser to send Do Not Track requests. By default most of the browser do not the send such requests which means websites are free to collecting the information about you. Now for enabling Do Not Track in Microsoft’s Edge Browser you need to follow these simple steps.
- 1st of all you need to open Edge browser.
- In the next step you need to press the three dot menu button on the top right of the screen.
- Now in the next step you are required to scroll down and then tap Advanced Settings.
- Tap the Send Do Not Track Requests toggle to turn it ON.
- Now the websites you visit will know that you don’t want to be monitored.