Install extensions in Edge and ultimately get you set up with Chrome extension
this is an easy and fast operation that will help make Microsoft’s improved browser feel like home — that is, if Google Chrome is where you do most of your browsing.
The first step is to download Microsoft’s Edge if you haven’t already. Once you’ve done that, proceed.
Follow These Steps
- Once you’ve opened Edge, click the ellipses on the right side of the browser window next to the profile picture
- With the drop-down menu extended, select “Extensions,” which is located about halfway down the list of options
- After you’ve clicked “Extensions,” a new tab will open in Edge. You can browse for Edge extensions in Microsoft’s Store, although, as mentioned before, its selection is lacking. (The add-ons are apparently still in beta.) Still, it’s simple to install extensions from this source if you find something you’d like.
- To open up Microsoft’s selection, click “Get extensions from Microsoft Store” in the left column of the “Extensions” tab, or the link to the rightWhen you’ve found an extension you want, click “Get” on its page, and it will be added to the browser