I noticed that you set your Edge settings\theme to dark. That is the only way to fly as far as I'm concerned. As I setup new computers for my clients, I always make that change in Edge for them. On my own computers, I did the registry hack so I could use dark in other places. I also always setup Outlook to have a dark background. It's so much easier on your eyes and easier to read than having bright white blasting at you most of the time. If you can tell me how to get Windows Explorer to be white text on a black background, I would love to hear it. Maybe it comes from an old fan of the "Man In Black".