How to Install Microsoft Edge Group Policy Templates on Windows 11 or 10?

On your Microsoft Windows Operating System, namely Windows 10 and 11, you can alter various settings and personalize Microsoft Edge according to your needs. You can download and install the Microsoft Edge group policy templates. You need to download and install these settings separately since Microsoft Edge doesn’t ship with Edge group policy templates.

This risewindows article will discuss how you can download and install the Microsoft Edge policy templates on Windows 11 and 10.

How to Install Group Policy Templates for Microsoft Edge Windows 11 or 10?

Use the following steps to install Group Policy templates for Microsoft Edge on Windows 11 or 10:-

Step 1: First, go to the Microsoft Edge webpage.

Step 2: Find whether your system uses a 64-bit or 32-bit Operating System and download the Edge policy file according to it.

Step 3: Once you do that, you need to Extract the downloaded Zip file into a folder.

Step 4: Navigate to “windows > admx” inside the extracted folder.

Step 5: Here, select msedge.admx and msedgeupdate.admx files and copy them.

Step 6: Navigate to the following path and paste the copied contents:-


Step 7: Click on the Continue button if a prompt window appears and asks for permission.

Step 8: Inside the extracted folder, go to the “windows > admx” folder. Once you do that, move to the language folder that your computer uses. Let us suppose your system uses en-GB and en-US. In this case, you will have to copy and paste specific files from the downloaded policy templates folder to the PolicyDefinitions > en-GB and PolicyDefinitions > en-US.

Step 9: You will find msedge.adml and msedgeupdate.adml files in the Edge templates language folder. Paste these files in the corresponding language folder to “C:\Windows\PolicyDefinitions.”

Step 10: If a prompt window appears, click on Continue.

After completing all the above steps, you will see new policies to control Microsoft Edge in the Local Group Policy Editor inside the Computer Configuration > Administrative Templates and User Configuration > Administrative Templates.

That is it.

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