Microsoft recently released Extensions support for Edge to Windows Insiders. The feature will be coming to the public later this summer with the Anniversary Update along with a bunch of other new features and improvements. Microsoft Edge already has a couple of good extensions such as AdBlock, AdBlock Plus, OneNote Web Clipper, Save to Pocket, and much more. Now, Ghostery, one of the most widely used extensions will be coming to Edge soon. According to Ghostery, the company’s Edge extensions is currently in beta now, and it’s being tested internally:
@ZarlieV Yes! We have it in QA/Beta now. I don't have a release time frame though.
— Ghostery (@Ghostery) May 12, 2016
For those wondering, Ghostery is an extension which allows users to block trackers (and ads) on websites which means site pages load faster and privacy improves as well. The extension is already available for Google Chrome, Firefox, Safari, Opera, and even Internet Explorer. The Edge extension from Ghostery will hopefully launch in the coming weeks, and as per usual, we will let you know once it’s available to the public.