Microsoft to talk about Edge browser extensions and more on April 4th

Microsoft is hosting its second annual Edge Web Summit on April 4th at 8:30 AM PT in San Francisco, just a few days after the conclusion of Build 2016 — the company’s biggest developer event. Microsoft will be going over new tools for developers as well as in-depth sessions to go over the newly-announced and highly-anticipated extensions platform for the browser. Microsoft will also be going over Windows Hello integration with Edge.

Our second annual Microsoft Edge Web Summit begins tomorrow morning in San Francisco, and we couldn’t be more excited to host developers from around the world for a tour of our plans for the Edge platform in the year ahead. We have a few exciting new tools to share with the developer community and lots of in-depth content on what’s new and what’s coming next. – Kyle Pflug, Microsoft Edge program manager stated.

The live stream takes place at this link and it begins 8:30 AM PT on Monday, April 4th. There will be an on-demand version of the event in case you miss the live stream. We’ll have you covered if any breaking news takes place.

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