Colour Management non existent browsing with Windows Edge on Windows 10

Downloaded and installed Windows 10 quite easily and successfully, however, the first thing I have noticed when browsing with Windows Edge is that it is not colour managed. Garish is an understatement. Monstrously oversaturated.  I have a photography website, so this is a very important issue. Browsing on Chrome there is no problem since it reads the icc profile attached to the images. Could anyone inform me as to where colour management might be applied in settings, though it really ought to be applied as default !!! Not a browser that Graphics designers or photographers will be recommending ! ( I do have my Dell Display manager set to the appropriate settings for browsing. )

Help would be very much appreciated. Until then Chrome will remain my default browser.

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No answers from Microsoft ?!

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