Till now, most of you would be aware of the fact that Microsoft has finally decided to announce the official name of its much-hyped codenamed Project Spartan – Microsoft Edge – the Internet Explorer replacement. Although it’s being called a replacement, it won’t be replacing the classic IE in the true sense because the IE will continue to exist and Microsoft Edge will be its bigger brother.
Google’s Chrome and Mozilla’s Firefox are known for their huge library of extensions and the features they bring along with them. Currently, the details about how this will exactly work are uncertain but it may be possible that developers could easily import the codes of Firefox and Chrome extensions, and develop one for Microsoft Edge in Windows 10.
We don’t have any update on how this system will work and which build of Windows 10 will be having this feature. But given the fact that Microsoft is aiming big with Microsoft Edge and Windows 10, this may happen very time soon, probably in the next Windows 10 build.
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