This article explains how to view or list all policies applied to 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.
The latest version of Microsoft Edge includes many policies that one can use to configure how Microsoft Edge runs in your organization or on your home PCs.
If you cannot perform some functions in Edge or features that should be available are not accessible when using your Microsoft Edge browser, they could be hidden or removed by an administrator.
Here’s how to view all the policies applied to the Microsoft Edge browser.
List applied Microsoft Edge policies
As mentioned above, Microsoft Edge has many features and settings that policies can control if you cannot use some features and want to know why, here’s how to discover all the policies applied to Edge.
First, open the Microsoft Edge browser.
Then copy and paste edge://policy into the address bar of Microsoft Edge, and press Enter to open the Policies page.
On the Policies page, you will see policies assigned to your machine to control how you use the Microsoft Edge browser.
Uncheck the Show policies with no value box to only see applied policies. To see all available policies, check the box.
That should do it!
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