Report: Extensions Support Coming To Microsoft Edge Only In 2016

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We all know Microsoft is working on extensions support for their Edge browser. Earlier Microsoft announced that extension support is coming later this year. But according to the latest report from WinBeta, Microsoft is delaying extension support in Edge to 2016. It won’t be part of Windows 10 Threshold 2 which is coming later this month. Instead, Microsoft is planning to rollout the feature in 2016 with Redstone in the summer.

Microsoft has provided the following statement regarding Edge extensions support,

We are bringing support for extensions to Microsoft Edge in a future update. Developers who build extensions for other modern browsers using common Web technologies like JavaScript and HTML, will work with Microsoft Edge with little or no code changes.

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