As one of the concepts Microsoft explore to offer greater transparency and control over personal online data., Microsoft Edge Insiders can now try out tracking prevention by enabling the experimental flag on Microsoft Edge preview builds starting with version

Tracking prevention is designed to protect you from being tracked by websites that you aren’t accessing directly. Whenever a website is visited, trackers from other sites may save information in the browser using cookies and other storage mechanisms. This information may include the sites you’ve visited and the content you’re interested in, building a digital profile which can be accessed by organizations to offer personalized content when visiting other sites.

The implementation in Microsoft Edge Insider preview build is early and is likely to change as we continue to test the feature. For that reason, it’s currently behind an experimental flag and disabled by default. There may be some bugs or site issues, but we want to get it into your hands to hear what you think.

More information of how to enable and use the new feature in the link below

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