Microsoft Edge displays a stream of articles on your Start and New Tab pages. These news articles contain "sponsored" lists for dental implementers and low APR credit card offers, in other words paid ads.
If you are a Microsoft Edge user, you can disable this fairly quickly. Unfortunately, Microsoft may reactivate these news items after Windows 10 has installed a major update so you may be able to disable them over and over.
To disable these items on the Edge Start page – it is the page that appears when you open a new window in the Edge browser – click "Hide Feed" or the swap icon in the upper right of the page.
Select the "Hide My News Feed" option, and then click "Save."  The news feed will disappear from your homepage, so you'll see just an empty page with a search box Bing.
Unfortunately, you will still see the news when you open a new Tab page. The start page and the new tab are the same but have different settings for some reason.
To hide news articles on the New Tab page, click the "Hide Feed" option or the top right hand side of the New Tab page.
Select "Top Page" to see only a list of your best sites or "An empty page" to see an empty page when you open a new flip page. Click "Save" when you're done.
The news articles will disappear from both Edge Home and New Tab Page – at least until Edge restores them after a Windows Update.
These sponsored ads are just one of the many types of ads built into Windows 10.
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