1Password had announced its extension support for Microsoft’s Edge Browser over a year ago. The company revealed that the APIs will be made available soon to the application. However the company failed to bring the extension support back then.

But now the company has finally made available the 1Password Microsoft Edge Extension which is available for everyone to download from Windows/Microsoft Store on Windows 10. The extension automatically fills the identity and credit card information if chosen by the users.

1Password also features the ability to save and manage passwords apart from generating random passwords for added security. The Microsoft Edge browsers now has a total of 69 extensions with the addition of 1Password extension.

The 1Password developers have claimed that the main reason for delay in adding theĀ  extension for the Edge browser was due to the APIs need for extension were only possible once the company pushed out the Creators Update.

Hence if any of our uses are currently running a compatible Insider build of Windows 10 the extension for Microsoft Edge is available and can be downloaded from this link. Users would however need to be on the Windows version 6.7 or later to be installed to download the Edge extension for 1Password.

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