Microsoft Edge Extensions Delayed, Again

By | October 22, 2015 | 0 Comments


Microsoft Edge Extensions Delayed, AgainSort of?

Well, it looks like Microsoft Edge won’t be that usable during this year after all, at least for most users. According to the software giant itself, the extensions were pushed back to 2016 and according to our own sources, it’s likely to happen sometime in spring of 2016, so don’t expect anything in January or so.

In the statement, they said that Microsoft is “committed to providing customers with a personalized web experience, which is why bringing extensions to Microsoft Edge continues to be a high priority. We’re actively working to develop a secure extension model to make the safest and most reliable browser for our customers, and look forward to sharing more in a future Windows 10 update in 2016.”

The good news? Microsoft insiders should still be able to use them as the very first Edge build with extensions support is still scheduled for later this year. Whether or not that will still be the case next month, only time will tell.

[Via: TheVerge]


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