How to Fix Windows 10 Microsoft Edge graphics glitch

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Windows 10 provided us with new and user friendly tools built into its latest browser. The  tools are so nice and helpful. But, there are reports from few users of unreadable search items because of black boxes or
graphics glitch in Microsoft Edge. This is after updating their computer. Though the  glitch goes away after a few, but it certainly is a irritating issue.That is why, here are some techniques on how to fix Windows 10 Microsoft Edge graphics glitch.

Reinstall or Update the graphics driver

Unless you are experiencing this only on your Microsoft Edge, the problem may actually be due to the graphics driver. If you are experiencing the problem even when you are not in Microsoft edge, install graphics card updates to ensure compatibility with the latest version of Windows 10. Check if an updated version is available on your device manufacturer’s website for your graphics card. If there is, then by all means, go ahead and install the Graphics Driver update.

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Change or Reseat Video Cable on its Port

The problem might sometimes be due to a cable or port that’s not connected properly or going bad. It would be a good practice to have a spare cable you can swap with your current cable to eliminate any possibility of the cable being the source of the problem.Since most GPUs come with multiple ports so you can utilize HDMI, VGA or DVI ports, try the other ports you have not used to see if you will experience the problem on those ports.

Reset Microsoft Edge

If after all these hardware troubleshooting, you still see that this happens everytime you open Microsoft Edge, then it is time to reset this program. Reset Microsoft Edge by going to settings and into Apps. Look for Microsoft Edge. Click it, you will see Advanced options. Click that, then click reset.

This should fix the problem you are getting.

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