Microsoft Edge users can pull from either Microsoft’s own Edge Add-ons, or from the Google Chrome Web Store.
If you’re using Microsoft Edge or Google Chrome without any additional extensions, you’re missing out on key features that your browser doesn’t provide. Browser extensions are almost always free, easy to install, and can really make web browsing fun and productive.
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