Charms Bar Swipe was first introduced when the first Windows 10 touch device was launched.
Charms Bar Swipe was added to the Windows 10 touch device to improve menu accessibility and controls.
For many users, Charms Bar Swipe is very frustrating and annoying.
The charms bar edge swipe in Windows 10 can be used to change between the currently opened application to the previously opened application.
A swipe from the right edge to the center closes or opens the Charms bar in Windows 10 and a swipe from the upper edge to the center closes or opens the Applications bar.
There are many useful features of the charms bar. But some users were accidentally opening something with the edge swipe.
It can be extremely frustrating if you are trying to do something on the PC and you accidentally open something with the edge swipe.
If you want to Disable Or Enable Edge’s Charms Bar Swipe on Windows 10 then follow this guide to do so.
How To Disable Or Enable Edge’s Charms Bar Swipe on Windows 10
Till now I only know one method to Disable Or Enable Edge’s Charms Bar Swipe on Windows 10. Here is how you can do it.
Local Group Policy Editor
- Open the Local Group Policy Editor.
- Open the following location.
- Computer Configuration > Administrative Templates > Windows Components > Edge UI
- Double-click on “Allow edge swipe policy” to open it and then edit it.
- Select Not configured or Enabled.
- Click on the “OK” button to save the settings that you have changed.
- Restart your PC/Computer to apply the settings permanently.
By following these steps, you should be able to Disable Or Enable Edge’s Charms Bar Swipe on Windows 10.
Disclaimer: The Local Group Policy Editor is only available in the Windows 10 Pro, Enterprise, and Education editions. If you have any other version of Windows 10 then you will not be able to find Local Group Policy Editor.
This method does not apply to any other version of Windows.
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