We have already told you that Microsoft is ready to begin to introduce extension support for Edge in an upcoming Insider release preview build. A couple of days ago , Microsoft Edge extension page went live before official announcement . Now, “Page Analyzer” extension for Microsoft Edge is officially available in the store. Users on latest preview build can download and install it like any other regular app from the store and started it from the start menu as well. There were buttons created on the command bar of the Edge browser, but unfortunately that was not activated in current Edge Builds. In the store, the extension appears to support ARM processors which means extension support for Windows 10 Mobile may not be that far.
Page Analyzer’s Description in the store:
Page Analyzer helps in improving your website by analyzing some well known best practices, including accessibility using the famous aXe library.
Build 14284 is assumed to be the first rs1_release build that will include extensions in Edge. Current Insider build is very close to this build number and the Insider fast being really fast nowadays means they are coming this week or next week.
Download it from Store here.