This is the settings panel for dealing with pop-ups on Internet Explorer 11.
Unfortunately, there is not an equivalent to this in the new Microsoft Edge browser.
The pop-up blocker in Microsoft Edge is turned on by default when you first upgrade to Windows 10.
When you are browsing with Microsoft Edge you can allow sites to serve pop-ups by clicking either Allow once or Always allow.
If you want to allow pop-ups on any site you visit in Microsoft Edge you can turn the blocker off by clicking on the three dots located on the far right side of the Edge toolbar.
Click on Settings to continue.
Scroll down on the next menu and select View advanced settings.
Click the Block pop-ups toggle to turn the blocker off.
In order to manually add or remove sites from your allowed list of sites to provide pop-ups you must use the Regsistry Editor.
To access this click or tap the Start button and type in regedt32 and then right click the top result and select Run as administrator.
Once the editor is running you need to drill down to this registry key:
[HKEY_CURRENT_USER\SOFTWARE\Classes\Local Settings\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\AppContainer\Storage\microsoft.microsoftedge_8wekyb3d8bbwe\MicrosoftEdge\New Windows\Allow]
Note: The 13 random characters following microosft.microsoftedge_ may be unique to your system but you should still be able to find the right registry area.
To remove an entry from the allowed list just right click on the entry and select Delete.
As I mentioned earlier editing the registry is not for the faint of heart. You must accept the risk by clicking Yes.
Once you remove the entry it will be gone from the registry key.
You can now exit the registry editor and continue on your way.
If you want to add a site manually to the allowed list you can also do that here in the registry.
Just right click on a blank area below the registry key and select New then click on Binary value.
Replace New value #1 with the URL of the site you want to allow pop-ups from. Hit Enter once it is entered.
You can now exit the registry editor unless you have other entries to add.
You do not have to enter anything for the Data block.
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