Control Panel opens the browsing history settings

Won’t fix Issue #1478675

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Created
Jan 27, 2015
Privacy
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Repro Steps:

Updated:

Open control panel

Click On Network
& Internet  

Click on
Internet Options

Under Browsing
History click on Settings

Change ‘Check
for newer versions of stored pages:’ 
to ‘Every
time I visit the webpage’ 
and click OK

Click OK once
more to close the Internet Options dlg

Once again
Click on Internet Options [From the control panel]

Under Browsing
History click on Settings

{Notice} ‘Check for newer versions of stored pages:’ 
shows “Automatically” is selected. It should
have ‘Every time I visit the webpage’ 
selected.

       9. Click Cancel to close the Website Data Settings dlg.

      10. Again under
Browsing history click on Settings

{Notice} we now
see ‘Every time I visit the webpage’ 
selected
which is the correct and expected behavior.

First you have to check the “automatic” option other than
Then go to control panel, Internet options, browsing history, settings, Temporary Internet Files, the check for updates option here forever, “the first time” appears as a tick "automatically".
Press Cancel to return with the mouse “Internet content” re-entering "browsing history, set the", where the check for update option checked correctly.
Using the mouse to close the “Internet Options” window after you return to the Control Panel, restart the "Internet Options", “browsing history, set the” look, check the check for updates option to "auto".
Expected Results:
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Using the mouse control panel, Internet options, browsing history, settings, Temporary Internet Files, here to properly check the check for updates option should display.

Actual Results:

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    • Microsoft Edge Team

      Changed Assigned To to “Kamen M.”

      Changed Assigned To to “Dave B.”

      Changed Assigned To from “Dave B.” to “David R.”

      Changed Steps to Reproduce

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      Changed Assigned To from “Vasu P.” to “Rory F.”

      Changed Status to “Confirmed”

      Changed Assigned To from “Rory F.” to “IE F.”

      Changed Status from “Confirmed” to “Won’t fix”

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