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    Web page opens then closes and reopens again.

    I use MS Edge to open a website. it open then closes immediately and then reopens to home page again, this time it stays open,
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    Can't say that I'm following you...

    Once open, if you go to your bookmarks and select one - does Edge close?

    And or, how-when and where are you selecting a website that closes?
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    Exact details on how this occurs would be helpful.

    I use MS Edge to open a website.
    How? Do you double click the Edge icon to open Edge? If yes, then what? Do you type in a url, or click on a bookmark, or enter search terms into a default search page?

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    Website opens and closes

    When I click on a icon on my desktop to open a particular website, thet website opens briefly then closes and the home page opens. I close that home page and clck on the icon again, that webpage opens and stays open.
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    When you close the Home page, do you just close the tab, or do you close the entire browser window?

    What web browser does the page open in the first time (Chrome, Edge, Firefox, Internet Explorer, other (Brave, etc.))?

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    Although I'm still unsure about what you're doing to open pages and what happens after you try, things I would test out are temp disabling my antivirus and any other security software you use in case it's mistaking the links/sites or ads on them as malware.

    You can also test the websites/links here to see if any are being seen as dangerous..

    https://www.virustotal.com/gui/home/url


    Then I would try creating a new icon/link on my desktop and see if that makes a difference. Then I would use my browser's favorites links instead of a desktop icon to see if that makes a difference.
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