get rid of windows edge nag screen at startup?


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    get rid of windows edge nag screen at startup?


    hello all. when I boot to windows 10 I get a nag screen trying to get me to use edge. its a waste of time. how can I get rid of this screen and go straight to the login/password screen? fyi I have two log ins, one personal and one microsoft account we were forced to create when installing win 10 (forced because it did not specify there was another option)

    so how to ditch the nag screen? thanks! getting rid of the microsoft account is for another post.

    Marshall Songs
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    msongs said:
    so how to ditch the nag screen? thanks! getting rid of the microsoft account is for another post.

    I don't get any such nag, but then I don't sign in with a Microsoft account either. Perhaps the two are related. Here's how to switch out of a Microsoft account.

    Switch to Local Account in Windows 10

    If that's not it, have you ever opened Edge? Perhaps if you open it just the once the nag will stop
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    trying to kill microsft acct has created more problems sheesh


    tried that and somehow came up with a second local account with admin priveleges and now the local account i want to have admin priveleges does not. so many of these tutorials are flat out wrong in that they show things on win 10 that I do not have.
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    Basically go through your Windows 10 settings and Edge Browser settings. There are dozens of them.
    I get no nag screen, have not seen one in years.

    I use a Local Account with Windows 10 and did with Windows 8.1 six years ago.
    No problem with that, I have two MS accounts which I could choose to sign in to which is an option, you are not forced in to it.
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