Major web browsers out there allow you to sign in to the browser so that you can sync your profile and data across your devices.
Just like its competitors, Microsoft’s Edge browser also allows you to sign into the browser. All you need is a Microsoft account.
When you sign into Edge with a Microsoft account, you can sync your passwords, open tabs, favorites/bookmarks, personal information, history, extensions, and collections across your Edge browser on your devices using the same Microsoft account.
Most Edge users utilize the sync feature as they can sync their data across their devices. The function is convenient, particularly if you switch between multiple devices.
If, for some reason, you do not want to use the Microsoft account with the Edge browser or want to use a different account to sign in, you can quickly sign out of it. Here is how to sign out of the Microsoft account in the Edge browser.
Sign out of Microsoft account in Edge in Windows & Mac
Step 1: Open the Edge browser. Click on the three horizontal dots (refer to the picture below) and then click Settings to open Edge settings.
Step 2: In the left pane, make sure that Profiles is selected.
Step 3: Your profile should now be visible on the right side. To sign out of the Microsoft account, click on the Sign out button, which appears right next to your profile.
Step 4: When you get the following confirmation prompt, click on the Sign out button. Note that signing out of the Microsoft account will not automatically delete your browsing data. If you want to delete your browsing data when you sign out, please select the Clear favorites, history, passwords, and other browsing data from this device option.
Sign out of Microsoft account in Edge in iPhone
Step 1: Open the Edge browser. Tap the three vertical dots (located at the bottom) and then tap the Settings icon to open the Settings page.
Step 2: Here, in the Accounts section, tap on your Microsoft account entry.
Step 3: Finally, tap on the Sign out option next to your email address to sign out of the Microsoft account on your iPhone.
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