Edge has a feature that allows video backgrounds to personalise the browser. Here’s how you can enable and disable the feature as you see fit.

Are you tired of opening up Microsoft Edge tabs and seeing the same dull background? If so, look no further. Microsoft Edge includes a daily image and video background of the day. You can enable this feature and enjoy various videos on your screen as you browse.

Perhaps you already have this feature enabled, and you’d like your background to go back to a simple look. Here, we’ll show you how to enable and disable video backgrounds in Microsoft Edge.


How to Enable a Video background in Microsoft Edge

Seeing the same daily setup in Microsoft Edge might leave you feeling bored or uninspired. Video backgrounds allow you to enjoy a browsing experience that’s more fun and engaging. Luckily, enabling a video background in Microsoft Edge is quick and easy. To enable this feature, follow these steps:

  1. Launch Microsoft Edge.
  2. Click on the page settings icon in the top-right corner, then select Edit Background.

  3. Head to the video you’d like to set as your background, then click Apply.
  4. If you want to include video backgrounds in daily rotation, scroll down and find Change new background daily.

  5. Switch on the option to include video backgrounds in daily rotation.

How to Disable a Video Background in Microsoft Edge

If you want to enjoy a minimalist browsing experience in Microsoft Edge, you can disable the video background feature by doing the following:

  1. Open Microsoft Edge.
  2. Head to the page settings icon in the top-right corner, then select Edit Background.
  3. You can either choose a background image and click apply, or you can go to Background and toggle.

Control the Way You Browse With Edge

Video backgrounds are a fun feature that you could use to encourage productivity as you browse. Fortunately, the instructions mentioned above will help you enable that feature in no time. And if you ever miss having a simple setup, you can easily disable the feature. If you’re looking for other ways to spice up your browsing, Microsoft Edge has plenty of other features.

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