When it comes to online privacy & security, no user likes to compromise at any level. And in my opinion, there’s nothing wrong with securing your device from malicious hazards over the internet. But when it comes to making customizations to protect a specific connection, our job becomes a little complicated.
Yes, making tons of customizations can be a curse sometimes. For instance, users who tweak TLS settings in the wrong way. So if you are one of those who want to reset TLS settings, I’m here to help. I’ll tell you exactly what you need to do to Change TLS Setting to Defaults in Windows 10. Let’s see how it’s done.
2 Ways to Change TLS Setting to Defaults in Windows 10?
Using Internet Options
Step 1. Press Windows + S button from the keyboard of your PC. Now type “Internet Options” in it and open the appropriate utility from the Cortana Search bar.
Step 2. Navigate to the “Advanced” tab and from there, scroll down to the “Section” catalog.
Step 3. To Change TLS Setting to Defaults in Windows 10, only select the following protocols checkbox.
- TLS 1.0
- TLS 1.1
- TLS 1.2
Step 4. Uncheck the following related checkbox.
- SSL 3.0
- SSL 2.0
Step 5. When done, first click on the “Apply” button and then on Ok.
Step 6. Restart your PC to save and enjoy the changes made.
Reset Edge Chromium
- Open Edge Chromium on Windows 10 PC/Laptop.
- Click on the three-dotted icon and select “Settings”
- From the left-side panel in Microsoft Edge, select “Reset Settings”
- Now confirm the action by clicking on the “Reset” button.
- Relaunch Edge or start any web browser you want with default TLS settings.
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