Steps to repair
Microsoft Edge on Windows:
- Select Settings and more > Settings > About Microsoft Edge from the drop-down menu. If an update is available, you can download it from this page.
- Restart your computer, then try again to open the website in Microsoft Edge.
- To help pages load faster, your browser saves temporary internet files by default. Clearing this cache can help with page display issues in some cases.
- Select Settings and more > History > Clear browsing history if you can access Microsoft Edge. Under Time range, pick All time; then select Browsing history and Cached pictures and files, and then Clear now.
- Make sure you have administrative permissions to your device and that your browser is closed. If your device has numerous users logged in, ensure sure Microsoft Edge is closed for all of them.
- To access Apps & Features, go to Start > Settings > Apps > Apps & Features.
- Select Microsoft Edge from the applications list, then Modify. If the Modify command isn't available, it's likely that your company installed and manages Microsoft Edge for you. Contact your system administrator for assistance.
- When you're asked, Select Yes if you wish to enable this app to make changes to your device.
- Select Repair after making sure you're connected to the internet. The data and settings in your browser should not be impacted by the repair.
How do I get Microsoft Edge back?