Windows 10: switch to new tab when opened in edge

  1.    21 Dec 2015 #1

    switch to new tab when opened in edge


    How do you make Edge display the contents of a new tab that you have downloaded by right clicking link?
    The tab is there after the right click but do I have to click on the tab, or can I set it to open automatically, if so How?
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       21 Dec 2015 #2

    MacNala said: View Post
    How do you make Edge display the contents of a new tab that you have downloaded by right clicking link?
    The tab is there after the right click but do I have to click on the tab, or can I set it to open automatically, if so How?
    You'll have to click on it, it won't switch to the new tab when created like in IE.
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