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Microsoft Edge extensions can be easily used in Chrome

During the short period of time when the pre-release Microsoft Edge Extensions website was accessible, some lucky users were able to download the three available extensions. It was discovered that after doing some simple modifications, Edge's extensions can be easily adapted to be used in Chrome.

Microsoft Edge extensions website goes live

Recently, we wrote that Microsoft Edge extensions had already appeared in the Windows Store. They are expected to become available for testing for participants of the Windows Insider program. Another sign which indicates that this will happen soon is the availability of the Edge Extensions landing page which went live today for a short period of time.

Microsoft Edge extensions are already in Windows Store

Extensions are coming to Microsoft Edge soon via an upgraded build of Windows 10. It appears that Microsoft plans to distribute them using the Windows Store like regular Universal apps. The first Microsoft Edge extension was already spotted in the Windows Store.

Microsoft Edge has extension support in Windows 10 build 11082

We have come to know that the Microsoft Edge browser, a Universal app intended to replace Internet Explorer in Windows 10, has partial extension support included in build 11082. Although the feature is broken, it is interesting that Microsoft finally started implementing it.

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