Microsoft web browser: how to tell which you’re using

Computer self-tutoring: the tutor mentions how to check which Microsoft browser you’re using.

In my experience, here is how to reveal the About info:

The three dots at top right, just under the x, hold a menu, under which, at the bottom, is Settings.

Opening the Settings option, a heading called About this app is near the bottom. There is described the browser: this one reports Microsoft Edge.

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Home computer use: shortcut key combinations: refreshing the page in the browser, Windows

More self-tutoring: the tutor mentions a shortcut to refresh the page in a browser.

Ctrl+F5

is meant to refresh the page in the browser. As I understand, the reload is from the server rather than from the cache.

Source:

www.getfilecloud.com

support.mozilla.org

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Web browsers, home computer use: setting the cursor in the search bar w/o using the mouse

Self-tutoring about home computer use: the tutor shares a keyboard shortcut to the search bar.

Ctrl+L
is meant to return the cursor to the search bar.

Source:

w3schools.com

lifehacker.com

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