Suppressing the "Microsoft Edge Closed Unexpectedly" Prompt

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Good day!  We'd like to request a feature for the ability to suppress the "Microsoft Edge Closed Unexpectedly" prompt that appears if Edge were to crash or terminate unexpectedly.

 

We'd like the ability to have Edge just use the default startup policy and either open the homepage or list of URLs.

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This is just for the use case when you want to remove the unwanted prompt in case the application is killed with Stop-Process -Force (kill) command with a script and that could be achieved with. This returns the prompt:

 

Stop-Process msedge -Force

 

This does not:

 

Get-Process msedge | % {$_.CloseMainWindow() | Out-Null} | Stop-Process -Force