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    Exclamation It IS possible in Edge

    Java scripts can be controlled in Edge. Someone ask about this somewhere a while back. Anyway, here's how...

    > F12 Developer Tools > Experiments & flip to switch.

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    I think you're the only person who had asked here about javascript in Edge. But the toggle there is for editing javascript within Edge, not disabling or enabling it.

    Our first experiment in the latest build allows you to edit any JavaScript file in the debugger source viewer. Enable the “Edit JavaScript” toggle and restart your browser.

    I'm not sure why a regular user, as opposed to a website developer, would ever want to disable javascript anyway, as it would break most websites.

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    Well. Ok. Anyway it has stopped the JavaScript files that were coming from a particular site

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    Quote Originally Posted by Drew1903 View Post
    Well. Ok. Anyway it has stopped the JavaScript files that were coming from a particular site
    What JavaScript files? And from what "particular" website?

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    This is all quite 'old news'. Was ok in IE but, Live365 in Edge kept putting javascript files in the Downloads folder, along w/ 'notice', each time.. Said activity stopped after doing what was described.

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