By default, the Microsoft Edge browser will try to avoid crashes by displaying the following warnings, according to a Microsoft engineer.

The default behavior of Edge is to try to show warnings if the browser detects that a crash is occurring.

It is also possible to change this behavior.

When the browser is not being actively used to process input, it will try not to display the warning unless there is a significant difference between the input and the output.

To avoid warnings from Edge, disable the “Disable warnings from Microsoft Edge” checkbox in the Settings menu.

If the user selects this checkbox, Edge will try the following settings: Show warnings if a crash occurs.

Enable this option only when it detects that the user is performing input and has not yet performed input on another page.

If an input session is not starting, this option will enable it only when the user has selected the option in the “Input sessions” section of the Settings dialog.

If you want to use the “Show warnings from Windows” option, the user must also select “Show errors and warnings” in the previous step.

For more information, see “Show warning dialog for an input source” in Microsoft Edge: Tips and tricks.

You can also configure Edge to show the warning dialog in the same way as the user does.

To configure this option, you can use the following PowerShell cmdlet: Set-ItemProperty -Path HKLM:\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Edge\EdgeNotifications -Name “ShowWarningsFromWindows” -Value 0 The -Path parameter specifies a path that is relative to the current working directory.

This parameter will set the value of the property to 0, which means that the warning message is only displayed if the user’s browser is currently in the current directory.

The -Name parameter specifies the name of the warning that should be shown.

The parameter is case sensitive.

For example, the value would be “Windows Error Message”.

Note The default value of this option is set to 0.

To set the default value to 1, you need to modify the variable $Notifications = 0.

This variable will be set to the value that you set as the default when you run the Set-MspPage cmdlet.

For further information, check the following cmdlet help: Set -MspDisplayOptions -Name Notifications $Notions If you have multiple user accounts in your domain, you may need to add the “Allow local users” switch to each of them, or set them to “No” in order to allow only a single user account to perform input actions on a page.

To change the default settings for your domain in this manner, use the Add-MSPPage cmdlets.

If your domain does not allow local users to perform this input task, you should add the option to “Allow everyone” or to “Restrict all users” in addition to the default setting.