Enable “TCP Fast Open” for Microsoft Edge to Speed Up Browsing

Microsoft Edge supports TCP Fast Open, a specification to speed up the opening of successive TCP connections faster between clients and servers, reduces the round-trip delay and lower the latency in the start of data transmission. This option is disabled by default in Microsoft Edge, but you can enable it via the about:flags page, to speed up browsing.

Type “about:flags” in Edge browser Address bar and press ENTER.

Scroll down to Networking section, and enable the checkbox for “Enable TCP Fast Open”

enable tcp fast open in edge

TCP Fast Open – References

TCP Fast Open – KeyCDN

RFC 7413 – TCP Fast Open

Building a faster and more secure web with TCP Fast Open, TLS False Start, and TLS 1.3 | Microsoft Edge Dev Blog

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