AdBlock and AdBlock Plus appear to have shown up in the Windows Store for Windows Insiders running build 14332 on desktops. Users can now download AdBlock and AdBlock Plus extensions for use with Microsoft Edge, which is great news for many who have been waiting to make the switch over from Chrome or Firefox.
You can download the extensions right now from the Windows Store. Once the extensions have been downloaded and installed, make sure you restart Edge and check the extensions area to make sure everything is working correctly. Not all users have been able to get them working however, so keep that in mind.
AdBlock for Edge https://t.co/9VC1sGE3bk Adblock Plus for Edge https://t.co/MRSvQZoxlW
— WalkingCat (@h0x0d) 6 May 2016
AdBlock is likely one of the most requested extensions for Microsoft Edge, so it’s excellent to see developers taking interest in the Edge ecosystem. With extension support, Edge could become a very powerful and awesome browser. Will you be downloading AdBlock or AdBlock Plus for Edge? Let us know below.