If you are intrigued by the idea of switching from the resource hog that is Google Chrome to the new kid on the block, Microsoft Edge BUT you have some killer Chrome extensions you just can’t live without…Then fear not! You can configure Edge to use a Chrome plug-in.
First, go get Edge. Go on. I’ll wait…
Ok, now that Edge is installed you can add your extensions. First, click the triple dots in the upper right-hand corner. Then select Extensions from the menu.
Before you go to the effort of getting a Chrome extension, first check for the extension in the Microsoft Store (link in the settings). What you want may already be there.
If you don’t find what you’re looking for then toggle the Allow extensions from other stores setting in the bottom left-hand corner.
Then navigate to the Chrome Web Store and search for your desired extension. Click the Add to Chrome button.
Edge will give you a pop-up asking if you want to add the extension, click the Add Extension button.
This will add the extension and you should get a notification that the extension was added to Edge.
Badda-bing, badda-boom! Your Chrome extension should now be installed in Edge and running just like the ones from the Microsoft Store. With full rights and privileges. You can disable or delete them just the same.
One last nice thing Microsoft has done is to segregate the other sourced extensions from those from their own store. That way you can easily find them.