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The following instructions are for setting up DNS over HTTPS with Edge on the desktop. As a side note, Microsoft is currently offering system-wide encrypted DNS support for Windows in early testing releases, so it should be available sometime in the near future for everyone, at which point you can set {{entity()}} as the provider for your whole computer and cover all programs in one shot.

Step 1
Go to the menu and click Settings

Screenshot showing how to get to Edge Settings

Step 2
Then go to Privacy, search, and services.

Screenshot showing how to get to security settings

Step 3
Then in the Security section, if it isn't already enabled, turn on Secure DNS and then pick the option to Choose a service provider.

Screenshot showing how to enable DNS over HTTPS for Edge

Step 4
Put in your custom URL: {{valueIfPremium(dohUrl( user.username),user.premium)}}

Screenshot showing how to customize DNS over HTTPS for Edge

Step 5
You're done!


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