Microsoft Edge is not an upgrade of the old Internet Explorer as many people thought, but completely new and modern browser with many new features. Among many other advantages, there is one very useful option and it is – Reading View mode. Most of the websites today are full of flashy advertisements and other content that distract you from reading the interesting article that you found. Then you will need something that can remove or hide these distractions and Reading View feature in Microsoft Edge browser is the right solution. This guide will show you how to use reading mode in Microsoft Edge.
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How To Use Reading Mode In Microsoft Edge
Reading View feature removes all ads, videos or any other types of advertisements and shows you only what you want to see – the text. If you want to use the reading mode in Microsoft Edge, then you need to follow these instructions:
Open Edge browser.
At the top-right of the opened window, you will see the Reading View icon (in the form of the opened book).
Note! You can enable this icon only on websites that support this feature.
When the reading mode is activated, you can see the icon in the blue color.
And that’s not all. Reading View mode is created to provide the best experience while reading.
You need to open the Edge settings by clicking on „More“ icon (in the form of three dots). Then in the drop-down menu, select settings.
Scroll down to find the „Reading“ section. There you can see two drop-down menus:
Reading view style – you can choose one of the three text color themes. In the drop-down menu, the available options are default, white, medium and dark.
Reading view font size – you can adjust the size of the text that you want to read. You can choose one of the four available sizes: small, medium, large, extra large.
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