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    If you ever wondered what the "about:flags" settings are on Microsoft Edge on your PC, here we tell you what they are and what they do.aOn Windows 10, Microsoft finally gave up with Internet Explorer and introduced Microsoft Edge, a new default web browser that features a modern and simple user interface that brings the web content forward and fades away unnecessary elements.
    Microsoft Edge is also very similar to Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox in many areas. For example, the browser now includes support for extensions and more web standard technologies and features to help developers to build a better web.
    Also, similar to other web browsers, Microsoft Edge includes the "flags" settings page, which is typically hidden from regular users, but readily available by advanced users by typing about:flags in the address bar.

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    06-18-2016 11:42 AM

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