Microsoft team constantly working on the new feature of Edge Chromium and trying to improve certain features as per their user’s requirement. If you’re Microsoft user, you might be well-familiar with the feed and other stuff that come appears on the home screen of the browser. I agree it might be valuable for many users, but it’s not necessary that every single person does like to have it. Considering this issue, the company allows you to change Content Visibility on Microsoft Edge and set it according to your needs.
In the Custom option, there are four options in which “Content visible” is the default settings in the browser. “Content visible on Scroll” is another alternative that makes the feed visible when you scroll the mouse wheel. However, if you don’t like this kind of stuff to have on your homepage screen, Microsoft gives you a way to keep them hidden. So, let’s continue to the below section and know the method.
How to Customize Content Visibility on Microsoft Edge browser
To customize your content visibility on Microsoft Edge, follow the steps –
- First, you need to open the Edge Chromium browser.
- Once it opens, go to the right corner of the screen and click on the Settings icon.
- In the Page layout, you need to click on the Custom option.
- It opens a Custom menu where you need to locate Content and tap the drop-down button.
- In the drop-down menu, there are four options that can be customized as per your requirements –
- Content visible – This is the default option using which there will be no change.
- Headings only – When you select this option, the browser only shows you the top menu bar of the content.
- Content visible on scroll – Selecting this option, the feed goes hide from the screen. It can appear when you scroll down a bit.
- Content off – If you don’t like to have various news and other stuff on the screen, in this case, you can select the Content off option.
- In order to apply the settings, switch to the option you need from the default one.
That’s it. I hope, you find this article helpful. If there’s any query related to this blog, you can ask it in the comments section.