This article explains how to use Kids Mode in the Microsoft Edge browser.
The Microsoft Edge browser is the default browser in Windows 11. However, users can switch to their preferred or favorite browser anytime. Edge is based on Chromium, similar to Google Chrome and other Chromium-based browsers today.
Edge has a Kids Mode feature that provides a convenient browsing mode inside Microsoft Edge designed for kids.
This Mode includes features like custom browser themes, kid-friendly content, and browsing based on an allowed list; Bing SafeSearch is restricted to strict and doesn’t require setting up a new kid account or profile.
Kids Mode is limited to US English on Windows and MacOS.
Use Kids Mode with Microsoft Edge
As mentioned above, a Kids Mode feature in the Microsoft Edge browser provides a convenient browsing mode inside Microsoft Edge designed for kids.
Here’s how to use it in Microsoft Edge
To browse in Kids Mode, open the profile switcher in the Edge browser frame, select Other profiles, and Browse in Kids Mode.
You don’t have to be signed into the browser to do this, but signing in will allow the Kids Mode settings to sync across your devices.
If this is your first time launching Kids Mode, you’ll see an explanation of the feature.
When ready, click the
Get started button to browse Kids Mode. Choose the appropriate age range to launch Kids Mode in. Otherwise, Kids Mode will now open in full screen.
That should do it!
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