The new browser will also support the existing Edge extensions, that will be available from Microsoft's own extension store.
Microsoft has recently made a decision to surrender to Google Chrome in the browser market, choosing to move from its very own EdgeHTML engine to Chromium.
Microsoft, however, is working on new features of its own, including Bing integration, New Tab background based on the Bing image of the day, as well as a personalized news feed similar to what's on Edge right now. Favorites section on the address bar, as well as buttons including refresh, home, and navigation will also remind you of Chrome.
After app icons and some installer screenshots of the new Edge browser have been leaked at the end of February, Neowin also published a set of leaked snapshots of an in-house test preview build of the Chromium-based Edge on March 5.
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Instead, if the final builds of the Chromium-based Edge will look the same and the Microsoft Edge Store will still be in, Microsoft will most probably cherry-pick the extensions it considers safe and useful enough to be installed through the Microsoft Store.
We don't know when we'll get an official look at the new Edge, and Microsoft didn't immediately respond to a request for comment on the leaked screenshots.
In the last few hours, I've seen a growing number of users claiming that Microsoft Edge is becoming just a clone of Google Chrome, and all these changes seem to be suggesting this is more or less the case.
Because yes, the new Microsoft Edge will work with all Google Chrome extensions, as it actually was the plan with the original browser ever since Project Spartan was still in its early days.