Bitwarden is the latest password manager extension for Microsoft Edge
Bitwarden just released its new password manager extension for Microsoft Edge. The new Bitwarden extension is available for free, and you can download it from the Windows Store.
Bitwarden is certainly not the first password manager to make its way to Microsoft Edge. The choice is, in fact, much wider now, with LastPass, Keeper, and now Bitwarden in the conversation.
This password manager finally made its way to Microsoft’s browser, as it has been available on Google Chrome and Firefox for quite some time. It features anything you’d expect from a well-made password manager. But the whole point is, it saves all your passwords, under one helmet. There’s also an option to create random passwords, for additional security of your online data.
However, the initial version of the Bitwarden Edge extensions might not work as its counterparts on other browsers. The developer said that performance could suffer in some areas, as some features have“been disabled and/or do not function the same (or as well) as other browsers.” However, we hope everything will get in its place soon, when Bitwarden releases some updates for its new extension.
Although Microsoft Edge struggles to keep up with the competition (though it’s popularity is currently on the rise), it looks like some bigger developers still trust in it. For example, a popular grammar-check service, Grammarly released its official Edge extension last week. And this certainly is a huge boost for Microsoft’s browser.
Are you currently using any password manager? And what’s your favorite Edge extension? Let us know in the comments below.
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