Reset your web browser to its original settings

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If you are noticing issues with your web browser, you may want to reset it to its default settings. In addition to resolving numerous other problems, resetting your browser to its default settings may help remove:

  • Pop-ups
  • Toolbars
  • Search providers you don't recognize
  • Extensions you didn't install

Keep in mind that resetting your browser will remove all of your settings (for example, saved passwords, history, your home page, and saved website-handling information). Your Favorites may not be deleted.


Currently, there is no standard way to reset Microsoft Edge. If Edge is corrupted on your device, contact your campus Support Center for help.


For instructions on how to reset Chrome, see Reset Chrome settings to default.


For instructions on how to refresh (reset) Firefox, see Refresh Firefox - reset add-ons and settings.


For instructions on how to restore Safari back to its factory state, see How To Restore Safari's Default Settings.

Restart your computer to complete the process.

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Last modified on 2024-03-06 11:39:25.