The following blog post has instruction on how to set Custom Image as New Tab Page Background in Microsoft Edge browser
Microsoft recently rolled out the first stable build of its Chromium-based Edge browser to people all across the globe. Unfortunately, there’s no setting available using which users can add custom background to New Tab Page.
As of writing this blog post, the personalize menu for New Tab in Edge Chromium is limited to Layout, Quick Links, Image of the day and other content settings.
Fortunately, there’s good news coming for the users who want to set custom background in Edge New Tab Page. Microsoft finally added a new option using which users can replace Bing Image of the Day background in New Tab Page with Custom Image.
The latest version of Microsoft Edge browser v86 has the new option. Google Chrome already has the same feature in the new customize menu for New Tab Page.
Set Custom Image as New Tab Page Background in Edge v86
In case, you want to set custom image of your choice as New Tab Page background in Edge, then here’s what you need to do:
Make sure, you need to be running Microsoft Edge v86 or above.
Next, Click on the Gear icon available on the New Tab Page. From the menu select Custom.
In the Custom menu, head over to the Background section and select Your own image.
Here, click on the Upload button, and select the image which you want to set as NTP Custom Background. The same image will be applied instantly.
To replace the NTP Custom background, click on the Remove button and again select the new image.
As simple as that! Apart from that, the background section also offers other options that let you turn off the background in the New Tab Page, Set Bing of the Day as New Tab Page, and Custom theme.
YOU MIGHT BE INTERESTED IN READING A BLOG POST ON HOW TO ENABLE CUSTOM THEME IN MICROSOFT EDGE. APART FROM THAT, WE HAVE ALSO COVERED POST ON HOW TO SET NEW TAB PAGE AS BLANK IN MICROSOFT EDGE
You can check following video to get step by step demonstration:
That’s all about this blog post. Why don’t you try the Custom background feature in Edge browser and let us know your opinion in the comments?