When you visit a website, some tags are being used by the vendor to collect information about preferences and choices. These tags mainly write scripts to develop cookies that are stored in the web browser. Mostly, this process has some positive aspects such as remembering credentials and allowing a browser to resume where you left off. But some website vendors are prone to use our information in wrong ways to make digital profile moreover hack the system. To stay away from such a situation, Microsoft edge comes up with Tracking Prevention option that helps to protect your privacy by blocking harmful scripts. However, there is a time when you need to view Blocked Trackers in Microsoft Edge especially to check if a genuine website accidentally gets listed here.
Blocked Trackers in Microsoft Edge
Here is How to View Blocked Trackers in Microsoft Edge –
- Open the browser and click the ellipse icon from the upper right area.
- Select Settings.
- On the subsequent page, click Privacy and services from the left pane and move to the adjacent right.
- Click the option entitled Blocked trackers to view the sites that edge browser stopped from tracking you.
- Now you can see the tracker’s list –
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