Yes Microsoft Edge has advantageously replaced Internet Explorer, both in terms of possibilities, compatibility and speed, there is nevertheless one feature that users always regret: the support of extensions. Long before the finalization of Windows 10, Microsoft had indeed announced that its new browser would support the modules of its competitors Firefox and Chrome. And yet, this function is still not operational. And we will have to be still patient, because it seems that Microsoft has postponed it to 2016.
In the meantime, the official page concerning Microsoft Edge extensions remains hopelessly empty. And if the delay is proven, it is the popularity of the browser already at the lowest that may suffer. Microsoft’s new browser is currently used by only 2.40% of internet users, while Internet Explorer is around 49% and Chrome around 30% (source: Netmarketshare.com).