How do I change the My News Feed to something other than MSN?

How do I change the My News Feed in Microsoft Edge to something other than "powered by MSN"?
 

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Would you mind posting a screenshot of what you're wishing to change?

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You have to highlight the part you wish to copy then right click > Select Copy.  It's not as easy to do when a lot of photos/ads

are involved.

I'm afraid it would be easier for you to find a new Newsfeed than to remove Powered by MSN from the page.  It's operated by MSN and cannot be removed.

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You're missing the question.  How do we get an alternate news feed than the liberal bias'd MSN news feed?  We dont' want to read MSN's dribble

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You're missing the question.  How do we get an alternate news feed than the liberal bias'd MSN news feed?  We dont' want to read MSN's dribble

I believe the question was "How do I change the My News Feed in Microsoft Edge to something other than "powered by MSN"?

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Go to a New Tab if you are asking to change topic. 

Once the tab loads > Click Customize

Scroll down > Select Topic

Click Save when finished

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You're missing the question.  How do we get an alternate news feed than the liberal bias'd MSN news feed?  We dont' want to read MSN's dribble

I believe the question was "How do I change the My News Feed in Microsoft Edge to something other than "powered by MSN"?

I answered the question. 

Go to a New Tab if you are asking to change topic. 

Once the tab loads > Click Customize

Scroll down > Select Topic

Click Save when finished

I don't want this distracting news feed or any other feed on my browser. 

Why are you trying to forced this rubbish on us. 

It's just annoying.

How do you get rid of this stup[id news feed thing and just use edge as a browser. 

Guess it's back to Chrome

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  • Select " ... " in the upper right hand corner of Edge
  • Click Settings
  • Under Open with select A specific page or pages
  • In the dropdown menu select Custom 
  • Type the url you want to load when you start Edge and click Enter
  • You will now see the new URL and go.microsoft.com link above the input box
  • Click the "X" to remove the go.microsoft.com link

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When you're on the Microsoft Edge page, click on the three dots in the top right hand corner (more actions) and then scroll down and click on settings. 

You will see a section with the heading 'open with' and this is where you can get rid of the msn page.

Click on 'a specific page or pages' and then select 'bing' it's much better and far less invasive.

Hope this helps.

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The first thing I did when I realized that MSN's left wing news feed was embedded in Edge, was to try to change it.  Unfortunately this is not possible.  Your only option is to click on the 'customize' option, and select 'show a blank page'.  At least you won't have to see it when you start an internet search.

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Select " . . . " and select settings, then select view advanced settings. Make sure that "show the home button" is on, then enter any web address in the space under "show the home button", Save changes, close EDGE and restart. When you click the home button, the page you entered will open.

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