How to Customize Homepage Layout in Edge Computer?

Learn how to set up the homepage and customize the layout to enable or disable certain elements in the Microsoft Edge home screen. You can hide news suggestions, top site links, and even change the background image or color.

The Microsoft Edge browser has a highly customizable homepage screen with different layout options. You can choose from three preset page layouts or customize according to needs using Custom Layout option.

Here are the 3+1 Page Layout options available in Edge for Computer:

  • Focused — Hide the background image and news suggestion articles.
  • Inspirational — Display background images.
  • InformationalDisplays the news suggestions and background image.
  • CustomEnable or disable modules on home screen per needs.

The page layouts option is not available in Google Chrome, and Microsoft Edge has done a really great job with these options.

How to Customize Homepage Layout in Edge Computer?

Here are the steps to set up and customize the homepage layout within Microsoft Edge for Windows OS:

  1. Launch Microsoft Edge for Computer browser.
  2. Click on settings gear icon menu for options at the top right corner to invoke Page layout options.
  3. Choose the layout options from the list.
  4. You can also choose the Custom layout to modify according to your needs.

Microsoft Edge Homepage Layout Customization

This will help you to customize the homepage layout based on your needs. Enable or disable the toggle button to personalize the homepage experience of your Microsoft Edge browser on Windows computer.

I’m a minimalistic person and hence try to keep things plain and simple. Hence, I’ve disabled everything on my Edge browser home layout option, leaving the search bar visible.

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Kushal Azza
Kushal Azza
Fond of latest technologies and gadgets. I'm a digital dev and analytics consultant. Also, the geek behind this blog!

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