Keeping the browser up-to-date with the latest updates can improve security and browsing experience. You can find below the steps to manually Update Microsoft Edge browser on your computer.
Manually Update Microsoft Edge Browser
Similar to Chrome, the default option in Microsoft Edge browser is to automatically itself to the latest version, whenever a user restarts the browser.
However, the Edge browser won’t be able to update itself, if Auto-updates are turned OFF and also if your computer is set to use metered connections.
In addition to this, presence of malware on the computer and various browser related problems can also prevent the browser from automatically downloading and installing security and performance updates.
Hence, we are providing below the steps to manually update Microsoft Edge browser installed on a Windows 10/11 computer.
Steps to Manually Update Microsoft Edge
1. Open the Microsoft Edge browser on your computer.
2. Once you are on Microsoft Edge, click on 3-dots Menu Icon located at top-right corner and select Settings in the drop-dowm menu.
3. On the Settings screen, scroll down in the left-pane and select About Microsoft Edge tab in the left-pane. In the right-pane, you will see Microsoft Edge updating (if an update is available).
Wait for Windows to check and download the latest Microsoft Edge update on your computer.
Note: If an update is already downloaded and available on the computer, you will see “To Finish updating, restart Microsoft Edge” or similar message.
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