MS Edge Remembering History After a Boot Up?

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Jack1000

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Is this normal?

From time to time in build 1803, MS Edge is remembering the last Window I had opened in the browser and the History in Edge shows this. How can I make it so that Edge opens to my homepage, Google.com each and every time on a restart or a bootup? Note that Timeline is turned off.

Or is this a feature in Edge by design?

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Allan
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Click the three dots at top right in Edge > Settings > Click down arrow under Open Microsoft Edge with > click A specific page or pages and enter the URL for the page you want, in your case enter 'google.com' without the quotes, then click on the floppy icon to save it.

Restart Edge and it should open with google.com as the home page.
 

Jack1000

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Click the three dots at top right in Edge > Settings > Click down arrow under Open Microsoft Edge with > click A specific page or pages and enter the URL for the page you want, in your case enter 'google.com' without the quotes, then click on the floppy icon to save it.

Restart Edge and it should open with google.com as the home page.
I did this and did a restart and it seems to help. Cleared the cache in Settings. Others have reported this issue as well.

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I'm glad it helped. See how it goes for a few days and if it's fixed please mark this thread Solved.
 
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