One of the features that you get by default with the Microsoft Edge web browser is when you have more than one browser tab open and go to close the browser it asks you “Do you want to close all tabs?
This tutorial describes how to recover “do you want to close all tabs” prompt, after accidently checked “Always close all tabs” in Microsoft Edge for your account in Windows 10. To recover close all tabs prompt in Microsoft Edge, here’s how:
As you can see in the picture, the dialog also offers an option called “Always close all tabs” which when selected will not show the confirmation prompt while attempting to close an Edge window with two or more tabs.
How to Enable or Disable “Close All Tabs” Confirmation Dialog In Edge
You will find that it remembers this setting moving forward and there appears to be nowhere in the web browser to revert this setting. What’s more, there is no button available or any real way to reset the Edge browser available to date.
Enable “Do you want to close all tabs?” prompt in Edge
We have coded a simple vbe script here is the simple steps to use it. Please use the download Link (at the end of the page)
1- File and unzip it.
2- Click the edge_alltab_popup.vbe
3- User Account Control (UAC) windows can popup and asks you if you want to allow it, Click Yes to proceed.
4- Chooese ok button.
You should now get the prompt when you try to a close a window with two or more tabs.
Disable “Do you want to close all tabs?” prompt in Edge
1- Click the edge_alltab_popup.vbe
2- User Account Control (UAC) windows can popup and asks you if you want to allow it, Click Yes to proceed.
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