Google is rolling out security enhancements to the Enhanced Safe Browsing experience in Chrome 91. The browser will inform you which extensions are trusted and will also scan risky files on demand.
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Microsoft today announced that it is adding a new Extensions menu, similar to the one present in Chrome. It helps manage extensions easily from a flyout and is rolling out to Dev and Canary users.
Google has announced some changes to the privacy rules for Chrome extensions, with the goal of helping keep users safe from malicious extensions. These changes are coming next year.
Samsung Internet 13.0 has been released today. It comes with user experience, security and privacy enhancement. The firm has also said third-party developers can create extensions for the browser.
Google has announced that it's removing the payment system from the Chrome Web Store, meaning it's no longer possible for developers to charge for extensions in Chromium-based browsers.
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.
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.
After being listed as coming soon since the very beginning, Microsoft Edge is finally getting extension syncing. It's available now in the Canary channel, although history sync is still MIA.
The firm announced that it was putting a temporary suspension on paid Chrome Web Store extensions after a surge of fraudulent transactions this month. Free extensions remain safe in the ban.
This seamless, searchable Bookmarks Manager is made for the busy modern web user supporting Chrome, Firefox, and Opera as an extension. There's also a 1-year plan available for $9.99.
Mozilla has released Firefox 66.0.4 which mitigates many, but not all, of the problems surrounding user extensions being remotely disabled. It launched the update now to limit business disruption.
A page with a list of Addons for what appears to be the Chromium-powered version of Microsoft's Edge browser has appeared online. There are a total of 82 extensions that are listed.
Microsoft's Kyle Pflug has posted some new details of the company's upcoming Chromium-based Edge browser, including that it will support Chrome extensions and you can download PWAs via the browser.
Due for release next month, Firefox 64 will feature a new card-based layout in the Add-ons Manager while users will be able to directly uninstall add-ons without diving into the Extensions menu.
Opera Software has just released Opera 55. The new update brings an updated settings menu that supports the dark theme, if it's enabled. In addition, the bookmarks bar is now enabled by default.
While other desktop operating systems have had the feature for up to a year, Firefox Quantum on Linux will pick up support for out-of-process extensions in Version 63 due for release later this year.
New extensions from ASUS have appeared on the Microsoft Store, suggesting that the company may be working on a device to allow users to more easily control certain apps within Windows.
Installing anything from the internet is an adventure these days, but when you download items from a reputable source, you expect they are fine. Not so with four extensions from the Chrome Web Store.
Microsoft has explained that there are currently only a handful of extensions supported on its Edge browser, because it is building a carefully curated ecosystem, and setting a 'high bar for quality'.
Maybe a bit late to the party, but Opera is finally getting in on the rearranging action for extensions on the toolbar, although you'll have to be happy installing the developer version for now.
Grammarly, the writing-enhancement service that helps writers deal with advanced contextual grammar errors and sentence structures, is now available as an extension for Microsoft Edge.
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.
1Password will come to Microsoft Edge, with a preview coming soon to Windows Insiders. 1Password stores online account credentials and benefits from in-app integrations on both iOS and Android.
More than two years after Google allowed residents of Cuba to install Chrome, the company has now reached out to developers stating that their region free apps will be made available to the country.
Microsoft is looking to make it easier for developers to convert Chrome extensions for compatibility with its Edge browser. The company has released a new tool in the Windows Store for this purpose.
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.
Windows 10 build 14316 is now available for Insiders, and it includes some new things in Microsoft Edge, from UX improvements to new features, and a couple of new extensions to play with.
Just three extensions are officially available for Windows Insiders on the latest Redstone builds - but Microsoft said today that it aims to offer more extensions in its next Windows 10 preview.
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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.
Microsoft has laid out its priorities for the development of its Edge browser this year, including extensions support, web notifications with Action Center integration, and accessibility improvements.
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.
According to a new report, Microsoft has decided to delay support for extensions in Microsoft Edge until the Redstone release in mid-2016, despite previously hinting at their arrival later this year.
Mozilla is making many changes to the way Firefox works, opting for an extension model that is similar to Chrome and also adopting Chrome's multi-process interface for different tabs.
Windows 10's first post-launch update, known as 'Service Release 1', is expected in early August, ahead of a larger update in October bringing Edge extensions and the new integrated Skype experience.
Symantec's popular security software, Norton Antivirus, is prompting users to switch their default browser from Microsoft Edge to an alternative that supports extensions.
Microsoft's new Edge browser has a lot going in its favor including extensions support, but it look like this feature won't be available at launch, but come later as part of an update.