09-13-2019 11:55 AM
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If you’re using Windows 10 Home, the Local Group Policy Editor is inaccessible, but you can still disable Microsoft Edge InPrivate Browsing using the Registry Editor.
- Open the Registry Editor and navigate to the following location:
- Right-click on Microsoft key in the left pane and choose New -> Key, and name it MicrosoftEdge. Now right-click on the newly created key MicrosoftEdge and choose New –> Key, and name it Main.
- Select the Main key in the left, and then right-click empty space in the right pane. Select New -> DWORD (32-bit Value), name it AllowInPrivate and set its value to 0.
- Reboot your computer for the changes to take effect. Open Microsoft Edge. The New InPrivate window option should be greyed out.
If you want to turn on Microsoft Edge InPrivate browsing again, just following the same instructions above. But, change the value of AllowInPrivate from 0 to 1.
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09-16-2019 10:36 AM - edited 09-16-2019 10:37 AM
@fan59k That's correct, once you get to "HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE", you should be able to find software and so on, under the list of options on the registry editor,
did you happen to scroll down and check?
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