No need to get annoyed with autoplay videos while visiting a website. Microsoft Edge is now allowing you to disable these autoplay videos on the website. No doubt, Microsoft always tries to provide amazing features for the users. Recently, Microsoft added some new features to it’s Edge browser in Windows 10. When you start diving into Edge at, you will see it can be used for many things such as- reading Ebooks and PDFs, annotating and sharing web pages, clutter-free printing and much more. Visit at : Office.Com/Setup
Microsoft has released the Redstone 5 Build 17704 feature, and it will help you to block autoplay media.
Let’s discuss how to use it and how it will perform you to block autoplay videos.
Steps to use Redstone 5 Build 17704 feature:-
Redstone 5 Build 17704 feature will help you to block or limit autoplay media in Edge.
- To start this process, open the Options menu.
- Then go to the Settings > Advanced, and you will find a drop-down menu under the Site Settings option here.
- The drop-down menu will show you three options to allow, block and limit autoplay media on the website.
1- Allow- it is an inbuilt setting. A site will continue to play any type of video when a tab is the first view in the foreground, at the website’s prudence.
2- Limit- it will work when videos are on mute mode only, so you do not need to surprise by volume.when you have click anywhere on the page, autoplay is re-enabled and will continue within that domain on the tab.
3- Block- it can block any type of autoplay video on all of the websites until you connect with the media content. In this place, you need to click on the play button to re-play any video. Although, Microsoft notes this may break some of the websites due to active enforcement.
Please always remember, whatever you have selected the option it’s a universal selection option, and it will follow won each of the websites, you will open. If you choose the “Block option,” then some of the websites might not be performed.
In case, if your mind has changed and wanted to re-enable media autoplay on any website, then you need to visit on that website and then click on the left website ID button that will be placed on the address bar. Then click on the”Media autoplay setting’ option under the Website Permissions section.
Now you can change the media autoplay option for a specific website. In case, if you have selected the Advanced settings, it will work for all of the websites, but it will allow you to tweak it on a site by site basis.
Many browsers are trying to provide this autoplay site facility. Recently, Google has added the ability to mute autoplay audio in tabs on Chrome.
But no doubt, this post will help you to stop Autoplay Video and Audio in Microsoft Edge. Click here for Help : www.office.com/setup