Here we can see “Microsoft Edge starts with a blue screen and a loud beeping sound”
Clear Browsing Data (method 1)
- It would help if you opened Edge indirectly.
- If you open it normally, you will be greeted by the BSOD once more,
- So let’s say you receive an email with a link that you click to open the website via Edge.
- (Keep in mind that this method requires Edge to be your default browser; if this isn’t the case, try the next way we’ve provided.)
4. If the browser window does open, you should see two tabs: the first is the offending website,
5. And the second (the one you’re on right now) is the website you attempted to access via the link.
6. Now, on the top right-hand side of your browser window, click the “…” button.
7. Click on “Settings” from the drop-down menu.
8. Scroll down to “Clear browser data” and click it.
9. To clear the data, click the button beneath it and follow the on-screen instructions.
10. This issue would be resolved if you restarted Edge.
Use the Command Prompt ( method 2 )
You don’t need to be concerned if Edge isn’t set as your default browser. Take the following steps:
- To access the menu above the start button, press “Windows key + X.”
- Choose “Command prompt (Admin)” from the drop-down menu.
- Type the following command in the terminal (without the commas): “go to http://www.microsoft.com and start Microsoft-edge”
- Enter the code.
- MS Edge should now open, with the offending tab to your left still open. Close it and repeat steps 2 and 3 from the previous method.
This should take care of the issue. Let us know how things went for you in the comments.
I hope you found this helpful guide. If you have any questions or comments, don’t hesitate to use the form below.
1. Is Microsoft Edge responsible for the appearance of a blue screen?
After your computer restarts, the blue screen should no longer appear in Microsoft Edge. As previously stated, the blue screen in Microsoft Edge is most likely a scam; however, if you encounter a similar issue, you should be able to resolve it by implementing one of our solutions.
2. Is there still a blue screen of death?
In Windows 11, Microsoft is turning its infamous Blue Screen of Death (BSOD) into a black screen. The software giant began testing its new design changes in a Windows 11 preview earlier this week, but the Black Screen of Death has not been fully enabled.
3. Is it true that a factory reset will fix a blue screen of death?
BSOD can be caused by several factors, including overheating, software conflicts, driver issues, and a bad or unstable OC. A reset of Windows won’t hurt, but it might make the problem worse by forcing you to reinstall a bunch of software or by simply filling up temp files and making that the cause.
4. On Windows 10, how do I get rid of the blue screen?
- Select Start -> Control Panel -> System from the Start menu.
- Go to the Advanced tab.
- Click Settings in the Startup and Recovery section.
- Uncheck “Automatically restart” under System Failure.
- To save and exit, press “OK.”
5. What makes the Blue Screen of Death so terrifying?
In essence, the BSOD occurs when Windows encounters a critical system error that necessitates a reboot. When Windows encounters such a problem, it displays a STOP Error and crashes. After that, a complete reboot is required, which will wipe out any unsaved data.