Microsoft announced that the revamped Edge Add-ons page is now live for all users. It brings improved discoverability and navigation, better search results, and enhanced accessibility features.
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Just a day after its announcement, the Microsoft Editor browser extensions are now available in the Chrome and Edge extension stores. Users of Office 365 get premium features such as Refinements.
Microsoft today announced that if you've got a Chromium extension, you can now submit it for Edge. It also confirmed that the last date it will accept Edge Legacy submissions will be tomorrow.
Two years after Microsoft first announced details of extensions support for its Edge browser, only a few dozen of them are available. With thousands available on other browsers, it needs to do better.
Reports that Microsoft had 'confirmed' the existence of Edge browser extensions for Windows 10 Mobile devices in a tweet earlier today aren't quite as accurate as they might first appear.
In offering Windows 10 build 14936 for PC and Mobile to the Fast ring today, Microsoft announced a new extension for its Edge browser for testing by Windows Insiders, Turn Off the Lights.
Microsoft has announced that Amazon Assistant is now available for its Edge browser on the latest Windows 10 Insider Preview builds, and it appears to be based on the retailer's Chrome extension.
The list of web extensions available for Microsoft's Edge browser is slowly growing. The latest addition to make its way to the Windows Store is that of LastPass, the popular password manager.
A new report provides screenshots of a Microsoft Edge extension for Office Online. The extension itself should be offered to Insiders soon, but at the current time, it doesn't seem to be available.
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The first Edge extensions for PCs have been available to Windows Insiders since March - but Microsoft has now quietly confirmed that extensions support is 'in development' for Edge on its phones too.
This week has seen plenty of new arrivals in the Windows Store, and in the sea of news about new and updated apps, there are also some interesting bits about what's coming in the Anniversary Update.
Two of the most anticipated extensions for the Microsoft Edge browser are now available: AdBlock and AdBlock Plus. Insiders must be on a version of Windows 10 that supports extensions.
Extensions for the Microsoft Edge browser can currently only be installed manually; however, they will be available in the Store. Here's what that's going to be like in the Anniversary Update.
Microsoft's first preview of Edge extensions has arrived in Windows 10 build 14291, with three examples on offer for now, and more on the way from Amazon, Evernote, Adblock Plus, LastPass, and more.
Microsoft has rolled out its latest Windows 10 Insider Preview, build 14291, for both Mobile and PCs, with a wide range of features, including the long-awaited extensions support in its Edge browser.
The official preview website for Microsoft's Edge Extensions has appeared online ahead of the announcement and release of extensions for Microsoft's latest browser, Edge.
An extension for Microsoft Edge has popped-up in the Windows Store, showing us that extensions are on the way. The extension also shows possible signs of Windows 10 Mobile support for extensions.
New reports show that the long awaited extensions for the Microsoft Edge browser are ready and are already in internal testing. The feature may show up as early as the next Insider build for PCs.
Microsoft's Edge browser is currently missing one big feature: support for extensions. But code for browser extensions is already present in the latest version of Edge found in build 11082.
A mock-up page for where Microsoft Edge's extensions will be tested by Windows Insiders appears to have been accidentally made public revealing two possible extensions that may be ready at launch.