If you were following the Build 2020 event, you may remember that Microsoft was about to create a new web site for Edge add-ons/extensions. Today, Microsoft has launched the new web site with a number of usability improvements.
Its front page now includes a set of popular extensions, along with add-on categories on the right. The search page has been also updated with extra details on extensions found.
There are also a section for popular add-ons, and a section with extensions recommended by editors.
The company said the new design works well with Windows Narrator, and when High Contrast enabled.
Besides the Edge add-ons web site, users can use Google Web Store for installing missing extensions from there. Being a Chromium-based browser, Microsoft Edge supports both extension sources.