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Default Microsoft Edge might not get extensions until 2016

For any of you that are waiting for extensions support in the new MS Edge browser it seems you're going to have to wait a little longer according to Mark over at Betanews. It seems they won't come out until Windows 10 "Redstone" is released in 2016. Head on over to Betanews for the details.

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Since the launch of Windows 10, anyone who has joined the Insider program has been treated to a number of updates in the form of preview builds -- particularly on the Fast ring. Regular users have not been so lucky, but Microsoft's Windows 10 roadmap includes a number of Service Pack-style updates on the horizon.

It is through these bigger updates that Microsoft is expected to deliver the long-promised extensions to its Edge. But anyone who is looking to extend the capabilities of Microsoft's browser could have something of a wait on their hands. The next update to Windows 10 -- known as Threshold 2 -- won't bring extensions. In fact, it won’t be until the Windows 10 Redstone update later in 2016 that Edge gets the feature everyone is waiting for. But will it be too late to claw back users from Chrome and Firefox?



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