When you open Spotify web player on Microsoft Edge, you may receive the error message “Spotify No Longer Supports this Version of Microsoft Edge”. This error message may also occur when you Install Chrome User-Agent Switcher.
In this guide, I will show you two quick fixes for “Spotify No Longer Supports this Version of Microsoft Edge” error message.
How to Fix “Spotify No Longer Supports this Version of Microsoft Edge”
There are two ways you could fix this error message. One, updating Windows 10. Two, editing the hosts file on your computer.
Method 1 Fix for “Spotify No Longer Supports this Version of Microsoft Edge”
This method involves updating Windows 10 to the latest version. Here are the steps:
- Login to your computer. Then, right-click Windows logo on the left of your task bar . Then click System .
- When the settings page opens type updates on the search bar. Then select Check for update. If your computer shows that there are pending updates, click Install now (see the second image below)
- Wait for some time then go back to check updates again. If there are pending updates for your version of Windows 10, install the updates.
- When the updates finish installing, restart your computer then try opening Spotify Web Player in Microsoft Edge again. It should work.
Method 2 Fix for “Spotify No Longer Supports this Version of Microsoft Edge”
If you are still getting the error message, follow the steps below:
- Open Drive C:\ on your computer and navigate to C:\Windows\System32\drivers\etc.
In case your Operating system is installed on a different drive, instead of typing C:\Windows\System32\drivers\etc, you could use %windir%\System32\drivers\etc.
- Next, right-click Hosts then select Open with. Select Notepad, then click Ok (see the second image below).
Next, check for any of the following entries in the file you opened:
Then add a # just before each entry as shown below:
When you finish, close notepad and select the option to save the file.
If you are not able to save your hosts file after editing it, copy it to another folder. Then make the changes suggested above and save it. Finally, copy the modified hosts file to %windir%\System32\drivers\etc
I hope the solutions in this fixed error message for you. If you have any question or comment use the “Leave a Reply” form at the end of the guide. You could also share your experience resolving this error message.