Microsoft's new browser supports extensions unlike Internet Explorer


Microsoft New Browser

Internet Explorer lacks many features compared to better browsers like Chrome and Firefox, including the popular add-ons called extensions.

That will change with Microsoft’s new Windows 10 browser, codenamed Project Spartan, which the company hopes will appeal to fans of Google’s and Mozilla’s browsers.

Microsoft’s @IE Dev Chat Twitter account confirmed during a conversation with users that they’re “working on a plan for extensions for a future update to Project Spartan.”
Off to a good start.

Extensions let users customize their browsers with a variety of features.


According to The Verge Microsoft is also working on a way for developers to port their Chrome extensions directly to Spartan, streamlining the process and potentially ensuring Spartan gains a library of extensions as quickly as possible.

Project Spartan will ship with all Windows 10 devices beginning this year.

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