IObit Uninstaller, a program uninstaller for Windows devices that scans for and removes leftovers after the removal process, has released a beta version with features such as removing browser add-ons, toolbars and plugins from major web browsers using the application. The software initially supported Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox and Opera browsers, but with me iteration, the software has finally added support for Microsoft’s Edge browser.
Those running a recent Insider Build of Windows 10 and have installed extensions in Edge already should see them listed there. IOBit will allow you to uninstall extensions, and though you can do this without the program, you can also remove malicious or problematic extensions this way. You can also remove multiple extensions at once which may speed up the process.
Other than that, other options include resetting the browser defaults, and the listing of injected programs under Toolbars & Plug-ins. Other under the hood changes include a larger database for malicious and ad-based browser plugins; additional support for removing stubborn programs and browser plugins, and improved scan functionality to be faster and more thorough.
You can find more information about the update at the source link below.