Why Microsoft Edge browser’s lack of add-ons is a deal breaker

August 27, 2015

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Microsoft’s new Edge , which is built into , has a lot to offer, including the ability to annotate Web pages and work with Cortana — the Windows version of Apple’s Siri voice assistant. It also loads pages very quickly. However, there’s at least one thing missing, and it’s going to keep me from using the browser, at least for now.Unlike every other major browser, Edge doesn’t support extensions, or small,browser add-on apps that perform a range of useful tasks, including some important -related functions, such as storing passwords and blocking phishing sites.

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