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Enable Java in Edge

Enable Java in Edge

Javascript is simply essential for most websites these days. Thus, with Java, dynamic actions can take place on a page without it having to be reloaded. For example, sliders with filters would be unthinkable, at least not without reloading pages. Therefore, we would like to show you how you can also enable Java in Microsoft Edge and benefit from the advantages. In addition, there are further setting options that can also be used contrary to the basic decision for or against Javascript.

Enable Javascript in Microsoft Edge via Whitelist:

Basically, you can choose to enable or disable Javascript. Edge also offers you the option to set an exception for individual websites. For example, if Javascript is enabled, you can still block pages from using it. On the other hand, you can also allow pages to use Java if the script is normally disabled. This way you remain completely flexible.

Step-by-step instructions:

  • Launch Microsoft Edge
  • Click on the three dots in the upper right corner and select “Settings”
  • Click on the tab “Cookies and site permissions” and select the item “JavaScript”
  • In the first menu item set whether you want to enable or disable JavaScript
  • Under “Block” you can specify websites that are not allowed to use Java even after it is enabled
  • “Allow” allows websites to use it, even if you have deactivated Java in principle
  • Done!

The setting for the JavaScript in Microsoft Edge is basically very simple. Only finding the menu item could lead to problems. We hope that this article has helped you. If you have further questions, you can also write to us at Youtube. We are happy to help our users there!

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