If you’ve recently moved to Microsoft’s Edge browser did you know that it has a built in “reading mode” which makes it much easier to read the content of long Web pages by removing (most of) the ads and reformatting the text into an easy-to-read format? Take this page for example:

To switch to reading mode click the “book” icon in the upper-left of the screen and after a few moments you’ll have this version instead:

See, much easier to read.

This view doesn’t have a lot of options, just “theme” and font size, but you can find them under the browser’s settings:

About Author
Michael Sauers, Technology Manager
Michael Sauers is currently the Director of Technology for Do Space in Omaha, NE. Michael has been training librarians in technology for the past twenty years and has published more than 14 books on technology and other topics.