The original purpose of the Internet was to share dense informational text like research papers. No one imagined there would be so much multimedia content like photos, video and games.
All that multimedia can be quite the distraction when you just want to read. Thankfully, our friends at Microsoft have done something about all those distractions with the Reading List and Reading Mode in Microsoft Edge.
The Reading List is kind of like a short-term Favorites list. Whenever you run across something you want to read, but don’t have time, you can just add it to the Reading list. Then, take your time to read it later.
And Reading Mode is a view of the page that strips out all the graphics and videos, leaving only the text and main photos.
In this Quick Bytes video, I explain how to use the Reading List and Reading Mode in Microsoft Edge. Check out the video to see if you’re running any of them. Be sure to LIKE and SHARE the video with someone that will find it helpful. And if you have questions or feedback, ask in the Comment section of the video on our Facebook page!