At the time of the Windows 10 launch, the Edge browser does not have the capability to add extensions like Chrome and Firefox. Because of this, we obviously can't add our extensions to the Edge browser. Microsoft has stated that they will be adding extension capabilities to the Edge browser in the future. When that happens we'll port our extensions over like we do for all the major browsers.
In the meantime you can either continue to use the Edge browser without extensions, or use one of the browsers that does support our extensions:
Mozilla Firefox - 3.6 or higher
Google Chrome - 10.0 or higher
Internet Explorer - 7.0 or higher (only available on Windows 10 Pro)
You can read more about the browser capabilities and plans on Windows Central here.
Still no changes from Microsoft on this. June 25, 2017
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It could be added manually.. with correct path to Edge exe
I hope Webroot deliver a passowrd manager for Edge by release.
But for Windows 10 users right now Webroot has the Web Filter Driver Active just for that Browser. Also like above now you can manually add Edge to Identity Shield and it works now! https://community.webroot.com/t5/Webroot-SecureAnywhere-Antivirus/I-ve-upgraded-to-Windows-10-and-the-Edge-browser-isn-t-showing/tac-p/210452#M126
For me this is not so much of a problem. However for my customers who are not computer savvy they are using Microsoft IE because it supports extentions developed specificially for this browser, financial/banking apps.
Switching between browsers is not a realisting option.
Any idea of when Webroot will support Micrososft Edge? Including the technical previews etc.. it has been many months now that IE with extenions has been available.
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It is now almost November and still no support!
Just my opinion however...;)
As a note I have last pass which seems to work well. I wonder why we have not yet seen the Webroot Password Manager which is made by the same company.