- Tram Ho
Microsoft has changed its Edge browser with the new Chromium kernel. Basically, Edge is now quite similar to Chrome, even able to share Chrome extensions. Simply visit the Chrome Web Store convenience store address in the Edge browser, and download any extension you want.
However, Google has used a warning to recommend users to switch to Chrome browser if they want to use these extensions safely. Of course, because Chrome Web Store is a Google Chrome store, this can be considered a competitive tactic to make users abandon Edge.
Google did not say what security issues it would use to use the Edge browser to install Chrome extensions. Meanwhile, Microsoft did not have any comments on whether using the Chrome extension on Edge browser is as safe as on Chrome.
Meanwhile, users can still install these gadgets on the Edge browser normally, and the gadgets still work just like on Chrome. However, Google’s warnings may still be a concern for some users, and are willing to switch to using Chrome for added peace of mind.
Google and Microsoft have spent years fighting for each other, ‘digging’ for security flaws in their services and software. Google has had similar warnings if users access Gmail, Google Maps, Google Docs, or YouTube services on Edge.
Source : Genk