When Microsoft launched Windows 10, they announced that they would also be launching a whole new version of Microsoft Edge and that it would be an absolute game-changer. Having seen this kind of promise before, users remained skeptical, but as it turns out, everyone was in for a bit of a surprise. In 2019, the world was introduced to Microsoft’s brand new Edge browser, and almost immediately, what caught everyone’s attention was the fact that this browser was based on the Chromium source code, the same source code that powers Google Chrome. What Microsoft had done, was simple. They saw what powered the best web browser in the world, and used it to make their own flavor.
Sometimes, when you are browsing the web, you may come across a web page that you find informative or useful for a report or presentation. In such cases, you may find it useful to take a quick printout of the same for future reference or for direct application. Fortunately, Microsoft Edge allows you to take a printout of a webpage, without having to exit the browser.
In this tutorial, we will show you, how to print a web page on Microsoft Edge
Step 1. Open the Microsoft Edge browser on your computer.