Microsoft Edge becomes one of the often used web browsers among others, especially these days, as Microsoft launched it’s the latest or updated version that will completely be based on Chromium project. Primarily, when the browser was first launched doesn’t do a great job on the market, and completely based on the name on the Internet Explorer predecessor, it’s a slow web browser with many security errors. Well, it doesn’t mean that users will never confront issues with it. However, many Microsoft users have recently facing Microsoft Edge, Refreshing itself issue. Though, this Microsoft Edge error is quite common and encounter by several users. Although this error might affect annoying users because all the tabs in which users are working might be lost and all those essential information and data which is put into them.
This Microsoft Edge Refreshing Itself error occurs due to a hardware issue, malware infections, system issue, outdated pp, corrupted registry keys, or many others. Here we provide solutions through different methods that help you in fixing this issue.
However, before proceeding further, one should need to verify for the following points as these points help you in resolving issues without any efforts are as follows:
- Ensure that the F5 tab is not jammed or stuck. Dust or crumbs might be the culprit of these issues.
- Uninstall all the installed add-ons or Plug-ins, or extensions which users might be using on Microsoft Edge browser.
- Once ensure that Microsoft Edge browser is up to date.
Below are some fixes which help users in troubleshooting issues. Although these issues are simple, we suggest you follow them in the same manner as discussed will save lots of time and efforts. The steps are discussed below.
Steps to Resolve Microsoft Edge Refreshing Itself
In order to resolve Microsoft Edge Refreshing Itself, we provide some troubleshooting solutions follow them in the sequence till you get the resolution of your error. Here how to do it:
Solution-1: Delete Browsing Data from Microsoft Edge
- Press the ‘Settings and More’ option located at the upper right side corner of the Microsoft Edge.
- Choose ‘History’ option.
- Press the ‘Clear History’ option to delete the web browser history.
- After that, checkmark all the boxes appears on the screen and choose ‘Clear’ tab.
Solution-2: Run the Apps Troubleshooter Tool
- Right-tap on the ‘Start’ tab to open the start menu.
- From the start menu window, choose ‘Settings’ option.
- Tap on the ‘Update & Security’ option.
- Select the ‘Troubleshoot’ option appears on the left-hand side of the screen.
- Scroll down the window and look for ‘Windows Store Apps’ located on the right-hand side of the window.
Choose it and tap on the ‘Run the troubleshooter’ option.
Olivia Jones is a self-professed security expert; she has been making the people aware of the security threats.Her passion is to write about Cyber security, cryptography, malware, social engineering, internet and new media. He writes for Norton security products at norton.com/setup.