Which Tracking Prevention Setting Should You Use in Microsoft Edge?

You expose data about yourself to every website you visit. Cookies, IP addresses, ad preferences—all of this can be collected and exploited. If you want to reduce this, though, you can use the tracking prevention settings in the new Microsoft Edge browser.

The new Edge browser is based on the Chromium engine, which is the same browsing engine that powers Google Chrome. To get started, download and install the new Edge browser.

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