Microsoft Edge gets new Ghostery and RoboForm extensions

Khushaar Tanveer avatar. By: Khushaar Tanveer
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Microsoft has returned with yet another addition to their Edge browser. This time the company has invested in extending their browser’s extensions. You can now download Ghostery and RoboForm extensions on Microsoft Edge. Both of them are known to increase the safety of the user.

Microsoft has kept introducing new extensions for their Edge browser as promised and just recently, the Microsoft Edge development team publicly announced on their official Twitter account the availability of two new additions.

“We’re excited to announce two new extensions now available for Edge: Ghostery and RoboForm

– Microsoft Edge Dev (@MSEdgeDev) December 14, 2016

The Ghostery Extention:

Ghostery has already earned a well-acclaimed place as an extension on Chrome browser. The add-on offers bonus privacy and safe searching when browsing the Internet.

Core Features:

  • One of the major functions it comes with is the ability to detect and disable some pages that use trackers for personalized advertising.
  • Speeding up the page loads.
  • Get the content you want without the pile of unwanted pages.
  • Provides advanced protection to your personal data and ensures transparent, faster and safer navigation.
  • Gives you full control of your data and browsing experience.

Download it here from Windows Store.

The Roboform Extension:

The  RoboForm Password Manager is designed to remember and manage your passwords so that you don’t have to.

Core Features:

  • Saves users the hassle of re-typing their passwords, and remembering each different one for several of their accounts, via its built-in password generator.
  • Fills out long registration forms and creates personal payment profiles called Identities.
  • Automatically clicks Login/Submit button.
  • Allows users to log in from anywhere.
  • Everything is safely stored in a cloud. So, now your passwords and credentials are accessible from each device you own.

Download it here from Windows Store.

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