How To Open Microsoft Edge In Windows?

Microsoft Edge is a next-generation web browser that is a replacement for Internet Explorer. The Microsoft Edge can be opened in different ways like Task Bar, windows Run, File Explorer, etc. In this tutorial, we will learn how to open Microsoft Edge in different ways.

Open Microsoft Edge via Task Bar

By default the Microsoft Edge shortcut is placed in the Task Bar. Task bar provides easy to acess shortcuts for different tools. By just clicking to this shortcut opens the Microsoft Edge. This is the most easy and fast way to open Microsoft Edge.

Open Microsoft Edge via Windows Run

The Windows Run provides practical ways to run commands, executables and open differnet applications and configurations. The Microsoft Edge can be opened by using the Windows Run. First we opend the Windows Run by using the WIN+R keyboard shortcuts. Then we type the command microsoftedge .

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Open Microsoft Edge via Windows Run

Open Microsoft Edge via Start Menu

The Start Menu is the official way to open an application. The Microsoft Edge can be opened by using the Start Menu. First, click to the Start Menu and then type “edge” which lists the Microsoft Edge like below. Then click on it or the Open button.

Open Microsoft Edge via Start Menu

Open Microsoft Edge via Start Menu List

As a popular tool the Microsoft Edge is listed in the main screen of the Start Menu. In the Productivity part of the Start Menu the Microsoft Edge is listed like below.

Open Microsoft Edge via Start Menu List

Open Microsoft Edge via MS-DOS Command Line Interface

The MS-DOS command line interface or command prompt can be used to open Microsoft Edge. The microsoftedge command is used to open it. Just execute the microsoftedge command like below.

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Open Microsoft Edge via MS-DOS Command Line Interface

Open Microsoft Edge via PowerShell Command Line Interface

The PowerShell can be used to open Microsoft Edge web browser by using the microsoftedge command like below.

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