Your web browser is probably the thing you use most on your PC; in fact, you’re almost certainly using one to read this article right now. That’s why it’s important to make sure your web browser works just how you want it to, whether you’re using Microsoft Edge, Internet Explorer, Google Chrome or Firefox.
If you've been having issues with your web browser lately, simply restoring the default settings may be all you need to do - especially if you've changed some of the settings in the past.
How to restore Google Chrome's default settings
How to restore Internet Explorer's default settings
How to restore Microsoft Edge's default settings
How to restore Firefox's default settings
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What tweaks would you like help with on your web browser? Let us know in the Comments section below and we might find the answer for you.