Customize Your News Feed in Microsoft Edge in Windows 10

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    Open Microsoft Edge by clicking on the icon. In our case, it is pinned to the taskbar. We will click it and wait for it to load.
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    Look at the news feed once it has loaded. It is showing us the latest news. Let's customize the content.
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    Click "Customize". It is on the far right, just above the news boxes.
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    Click on the dropdown menu labeled "Select language & content".
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    Click on the desired country and language mix. For this example, we will change it from "United Stated (English)" to "United Kingdom (English)".
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    Click on topics to choose favorites. We will click on all of them. As we select them, they will be given a border. Select topics according to preference.
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    Click "Save".
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    Wait for the news feed to load. It will have changed.
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    This concludes our tutorial on how to customize the news feed in Microsoft Edge on Windows 10 computers. Thank you for watching VisiHow. If you have any other comments or questions, please leave them in the comments section below.
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Questions and Answers

How do I eliminate a news feed on edge like "entertainment"?

I viewed the tutorial showing how to customize the news feeds in edge but it did not show how to eliminate a news feed like "entertainment". How do I eliminate a news feed?. I have tried: The "Customize" link in edge. I think it was caused by: Not a problem, just lack of knowledge

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You are only able to select the country and the prioritize topics on the screen as shown in the tutorial. Microsoft has not provided a means to remove a certain topic from the news feed. You can disable the news feed completely by:

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    clicking the three dots in the upper-right corner;
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    clicking "Settings";
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    selecting "A specific page or pages";
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    selecting "Custom" from the drop-down menu;
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    clicking the "X" next to the "about:" line;
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    entering "about:blank" into the "Enter a web address" field;
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    clicking the plus icon next to it.
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What does the Edge look like and where do I find it?

I don't know where to click the edge to start the application. I have tried: I have looked at the "all apps" in the drop down window

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I want to eliminate the liberal news feed. It sucks?

How do I eliminate the liberal news feed on Edge Explorer? I shouldn't have to look at liberal fake news when I want to use the browser. I do not see an answer. How does one eliminate the news feed on Edge?

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