This shipped today with EdgeHTML14, as part of the Windows 10 Anniversary update.
During normal navigation through MS Edge, sometimes is accessed unknowingly to sites besides offering advertising unwelcome by size and intrusiveness, this advertising is also proposed aloud, maybe waking those sleeping nearby.
In the absence of a plugin with functions of ad blocker, switching to other browsers integrating ad blocker is inevitable and indispensable.
Also, please add ability to drag current link on desktop.
why adblock is not working for Edge?
Alvin Ashcraft commented
Will the planned extensions also work in Edge on Windows 10 Mobile?
Better coordination between Microsoft's groups must occur to mitigate the damaging and harmful strategy between web and native client application models. Extensions should be defined in .NET components to preserve code reuse and prevent unnecessary and wasteful organizational overhead. Defining a ubiquitous .NET client application development model offering would allow for this. Vote for this here: http://visualstudio.uservoice.com/forums/121579-visual-studio/suggestions/10027638-create-a-ubiquitous-net-client-application-develo
Additionally, a blog post that examines the expensive and divisive nature of promoting HTML5/JS alongside current .NET client application models and related technologies can be found here:
Firman R.L commented
I need add ons or plugins like Firefox to capture full page in Edge Browser. Can you help me ?
Provide ability for Embedded Adobe Reader to have a floating Toolbar (similar to Chrome) to Zoom in and Out, Save, Print, etc
Looks like that's a "no." I've opened up a vote for .NET Browser Extensions. Please Edge team, do not violate DRY:
Will .NET developers be able to leverage their 10+ years of C#/VB.NET experience to create extensions in their language of choice?
Is there some Microsoft Edge Dev build where we can try our extensions to be ready for a release with extensions support? Also where we can monitor the news about when this will be ready?
I need my RoboForm to work and other extensions.
Please contact the authors of the most popular extensions on Firefox and Chrome to make sure Edge extensions supports the necessary APIs to allow the port of their addons.
Seaman Staines commented
This would be one of the many things that could bring IE into the 2010's.
Brian Clifton commented
I'd love this feature for extending the dev tools. Specifically for really cool extensions like this:
Yuri S commented
This would definitely kick a**!
Benjamin Gruenbaum commented
Oh definitely and while you're at it - BHOs are _horrible_. They're a pain to work with. For the very least if you don't develop it release a Microsoft BHO seed so developers just have to specify a manifest. You don't actually have to touch IE - only to release a base component you trust.
Dmitry Bondarenko commented
Daniel Buchner commented
Ugh, this should have read: "Web Components" - other browsers have already implemented this exact thing :/