mapx wrote:probably it's about activeX and other obsolete technology
Microsoft Edge is dropping ActiveX and old-school plugins
http://mashable.com/2015/05/11/microsof ... y4pq_jtEqM
mapx wrote:go to
and provide your email address to be notified when will arrive (but first as I wrote above, microsoft has to provide the necessary support for extensions on edge)
ABP don't have only a problem with Edge, but with Opera too. I mean, what is point to have ABP installed if pop ups or video players advertisning normaly working with ABP installed?SimonV wrote:It appears that extension support has been pushed back until sometime in mid-2016, and will be included in Windows 10's major "Redstone" update.
So ABP-lovers has to use another browser till that time.
http://www.windowscentral.com/extension ... layed-2016
The company says that other extensions from the likes of Adblock Plus, Amazon, LastPass and Evernote will become available later this year.
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