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Browser Edge - "Do you want to close all the tabs?"

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Browser Edge - "Do you want to close all the tabs?"

Agree that the operating system Win 10 has a fairly large number of various options that are easily configurable and have really colossal working capabilities for each user, but there are situations when some pop-up windows in OS applications seem to users too intrusive, which in the end leads to the fact that they close them once and for all, and when there is a need to reuse them, the users just simply do not know how to be, because to restore the pop-up But, they can not anymore.

If you have not guessed yet, this article will cover the Edge browser, which needs to restore the "Do you want to close all tabs?"window.

Suppose you repeatedly asked the browser the question "Do you want to close all the tabs?" And at some point, you agreed and put a tick, but when the situation came that you need to get everything back to square one, you could not do it, so as in the browser of these settings you could not find. You could not find the settings, at least for the reason that they are in the Win 10 registry and as a result, it is necessary to manipulate the system there, and not somewhere else.

First of all, you need to get to the "Run" window and do this by pressing "Win + R" at the same time → a small window will open called "Run", which will have a search field in which, register "regedit" → only click on the keyboard to "Enter" → "Registry Editor" opens, where you should only be interested in the following paths: "HKEY_CURRENT_USER \ SOFTWARE \ Classes \ Local Settings \ Software \ Microsoft \ Windows \ CurrentVersion \ AppContainer \ Storage \ microsoft.microsoftedge_8wekyb3d8bbwe \ MicrosoftEdge \ Main »→ after which you should click the left mouse button on the parameter with the name "AskToCloseAllTabs" → to this parameter, in the "Change Parameter..." window in the "Value" field, prescribe "1".

If you did everything correctly, then take the trouble to restart the browser or the operating system as a whole, which will allow the changes made to the "Registry" to take effect.

P.S. If the "Registry Editor" setting is not exactly right for you, then we suggest using "System Restore", which can also restore the window "Do you want to close all tabs?". The only thing you need to remember when using System Restore is that you must use the "Recovery Point", which was created earlier than you made changes to the browser. Thanks to the "System Restore", you can restore the registry files, but in the automatic mode - without manual intervention in the Win 10 system.

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