According to Chris Paterson, a program manager at Mozilla, explains that the problem isn’t the browser. It’s the sneaky decision of Google to use a deprecated shadow DOM API that you can now only find it in Chrome, and as a result YouTube can load up to five time slower in other browsers. If you’re a Microsoft Edge, Mozilla Firefox, or even a Safari user, it’s possible to force the old design to load YouTube as fast as when using Chrome. In this guide, you’ll learn the steps to make YouTube load faster in Microsoft Edge.

How to make YouTube load faster in Microsoft Edge

In order to make YouTube five times faster in Microsoft Edge, follow these steps: Once you’ve completed the steps, restart Microsoft Edge, and now YouTube should load fast, but using the old design. Installing Tampermonkey for Microsoft Edge Enable Tampermonkey for Microsoft Edge Tampermonkey restore classic YouTube script install Installing script for YouTube classic design If you’re a Safari user, you can also use the Tampermonkey extension with the same script to force the YouTube to load the old design. In the case that you’re a Firefox user, Mozilla has the YouTube Classic add-on that allows you to load YouTube a lot faster using the old design as well. All content on this site is provided with no warranties, express or implied. Use any information at your own risk. Always backup of your device and files before making any changes. Privacy policy info.