Grammarly comes to Windows 10 as an Edge extension
As we’ve told you in some previous articles, the Microsoft Edge browser will soon support extensions. Because of this, it seems that there are already companies who are thinking about releasing an extension for the latest Microsoft’s browser.
For the users who are sending emails, or writing on forums or on their blogs, a grammar checker tool is always welcome to the browser that they are using. So, if you are currently using the Microsoft Edge browser on your computer that runs on Windows 10 OS, then you should know that a grammar extension for this browser is about to come soon.
According to WinBeta, a support member from Grammarly has already confirmed that the company is planning to release an extension for Microsoft’s browser, but unfortunately, they can’t say yet when that will happen.
Reports are suggesting that the developers of the extensions will start releasing their tools for the Microsoft Edge within one-two weeks after the browser will support this feature.
We remind you that the Microsoft Edge is quite new, as it was introduced in the Windows 10 OS, which was released back in July 2015. At the same time, it was received very well by the Windows 10 OS users, as a good amount of them ditched other web browsers in favor of this new one, after being convinced that it works better than they were expecting.
Once the browser will receive the extension support, we’re pretty sure that companies that develop these kinds of tools will not find it hard to port them from a browser such as Firefox or Chrome to Microsoft Edge.
What are your thoughts about the extension support that will be released for the Microsoft Edge? What kind of tools do you want to see added to the Microsoft Edge browser?
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