I see that the Webroot Backup and Restore extention is available in the extention store. However I see that the password manager extention is missing.
Is there any plan to support Edge at this time? If so by when?
I see that LastPass already supports Edge, and it seems to work well.
Best answer by RetiredTripleHelixView original
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I am sure that now that the Anniversary Update is prime time Webroot will have been working on extension compatibility with it so it is very much a case of 'watch this space' for announcements.
I am sure that they will develop something it is just a case of when rather than if. As and when they do the beta group will get it first to test and I am sure that news will filter out ahead of a formal release.
Also since then I have come to understand it that the Webroot Password Manager is a rebranded adaptation of LastPass.
I have LastPass for Microsoft Edge but still there is no solution from WebRoot.
Also I find that there is no news on this subject. I would have thought that WebRoot would have had some announcement proclaiming support for the new MS EDGE that comes with the Anniversary Windows 10 Edition.
For me this is not so much as a problem, except for the fact that I have customers who use Webroot Password Manager who are using Microsoft Internet Explorer because some banking sites are developed only for this browser, and will NOT work with any other browser. Since Microsoft Internet Explorer is so old there are several sites that don't work anymore with this browser. Changing browsers or switching between browsers is a big problem for users.
Are there any plans to provide a Webroot Password Manger that will support MS Edge anytime soon?
So Microsoft has been sitting on the Password Manager Edge Browser extention for almost 6 months now?
I still don't find any support for Webroot in MS EDGE of any kind.
But then I again I find that Symantec Norton AntiVirus and McAfee do not support for MS DEGE yet either.
So I guess Webroot is in good company.
MS and security :<
Yes, I know it is frustrating but unfortuantely there may be bigger/more imprtant things for the Webroot Development Team to focus on in the first instance...like making sure that we are as protected as we can be from the the latest & worst malware that keeps popping up.
Having said that I will ping our most excellent Community Manager
Or is this a matter that MS covers with some kind of NDA?
you can get uBlock Origin ad blocker for Edge via the Store within Windows 10 store app!
I wanted to talk with our support team on this and double check for you but what I can share with you is that everything already provided via
So a massive KUDOS to
The other extension I guess I can understand as they might need to use features that are not there etc...
Thank you for the update
If your company wants to retain customers i would suggest getting at Microsoft daily until its done, if you are just sitting back waiting for them to do it, it will never happen
Looks like norton now supports edge in the windows creator update version and above. See the following link
Looks like mcaffe does not yet support edge