How to enable the prompt to turn off multiple tabs on Microsoft Edge

How to enable the prompt to turn off multiple tabs on Microsoft Edge

When you open multiple tabs in the Microsoft Edge browser and accidentally press the close button, all working tabs will close. Any work you are doing in the browser will not be saved. To minimize the situation of accidentally closing tabs on Microsoft Edge, you can turn on whether you want to close all browser tabs. Before closing all tabs, a pop-up will appear asking if the user is sure to close the tabs. This will limit the situation where you mistakenly close the open tabs in the browser. The following article will guide you how to enable multi-tab closing notifications on Microsoft Edge.

Instructions to turn off multiple tabs on Edge

Step 1:

Users open the Microsoft Edge browser and enter the address bar edge: // flags and press Enter to access.

Step 2:

Next we enter the keyword Ask before closing multiple tabs in the box Search flags to find this flag. Now you will see the results shown below.

Step 3:

The user will switch from Default to Enabled , then click Restart below to enable the feature after restarting the browser.

Step 4:

After the browser restart you click on the 3 dot icon in the browser and then select Settings . Continue clicking the Interface item in the list on the left side of the screen.

Now in the settings next to the Ask before Close multiple tabs , move the circle button to the right to activate this setting.

Step 5:

Now you have multiple tabs open in Microsoft Edge and hit the tab off button. Now the message pop-up will be displayed as shown below. You can choose to Close all or Cancel this option.

Video how to enable the prompt to turn off multiple tabs on Microsoft Edge

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