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Add, Disable, or Remove Extensions in Microsoft Edge

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Extensions, or add-ons, are simple tools that personalize your browsing experience and give you more control. Here’s how to add, disable, and remove them in Microsoft Edge.

Find and add an extension to Microsoft Edge

  1. In Microsoft Edge, select  Extensions , located to the right of your browser’s address bar.   Manage extensions from the Microsoft Edge browser bar.

    Note:  If you don’t see extensions to the right of your browser’s address bar, select Settings and more > Extensions .

  2. Select Open Microsoft Edge Add-ons .

  3. Find the extension you want to add and select  Get .

  4. In the message indicating the permissions required by the extension, carefully review the permissions, then select Add extension if you want to continue.

  5. You will see a final message confirming that the extension has been added.

Add an extension to Microsoft Edge from the Chrome Web Store

Extensions designed for Google Chrome can also be used in Microsoft Edge.

  1. In Microsoft Edge, go to the Chrome Web Store.

  2. Select  Allow extensions from other stores  in the banner at the top of the page, then select Allow to confirm.

  3. Select the extension you want to add and select  Add to Chrome .

  4. In the message indicating the permissions required by the extension, carefully review the permissions, then select Add extension if you want to continue.

  5. You will see a final message confirming that the extension has been added.

Disable an extension in Microsoft Edge

  1. In Microsoft Edge, select  Extensions located to the right of your browser’s address bar, then select Manage Extensions .

  2. Select the switch next to the extension you want to disable.

Remove an extension from Microsoft Edge

To remove an extension, choose one of the following methods: 

  • In Microsoft Edge, select and hold (or right-click) the icon of the extension you want to remove (to the right of your browser’s address bar). Select Remove from Microsoft Edge  >  Remove .

  • To the right of your browser’s address bar, select Extensions and select  More Actions next to the extension you want to remove. Then select Remove from Microsoft Edge  >  Remove .

report abuse

If you find anything on the Microsoft Edge Add-ons website that violates the Microsoft Edge Add-ons policies, contains malware, infringes copyrights, or is abusive or offensive, please let us know.

  1. Log in to the Microsoft Edge add-ons website.

  2. Select the extension you want to report.

  3. To the right of the window that opens, select Report Abuse .

  4. Complete the form and select Submit .

Leave a rating or comment

For already a qualification or commentary, abra an extension in the web site of complementos of Microsoft Edge y seleccione Agregar una revision .

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Manage add-ons in Internet Explorer 11

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Internet Explorer 11 support ended

Support for Internet Explorer 11 has ended on June 15, 2022. If any site you visit needs Internet Explorer 11, you can reload it with Internet Explorer mode in Microsoft Edge. We recommend you use Microsoft Edge  for a faster, more secure and more modern web browsing experience.

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Add-ons are apps that Internet Explorer uses to interact with web content like videos and games. Toolbars and extensions are also types of add-ons. Some common add-ons are Adobe Flash, Quicktime, and Silverlight.

Internet Explorer is designed to provide an add-on free experience, and will play HTML5 and many Adobe Flash videos without needing to install a separate add-on.

You’ll only be able to install and use add-ons in Internet Explorer for the desktop. If you’re trying to view a page that requires add-ons, view it in the desktop: swipe up from the bottom of the screen (or right-click) to bring up the app commands, select the Page tools button  Page Tools button , and then select View in the desktop.

Note: In Windows RT, add-ons aren’t supported by either Internet Explorer or Internet Explorer for the desktop.

 

Installing and using add-ons

If you’re missing an add-on that you need to view a page, Internet Explorer will let you know, and will prompt you to install the add-on. Some add-ons come pre-installed by other apps or your PC’s manufacturer.

To view installed add-ons

  1. Open Internet Explorer, select the Tools button , and then select Manage add-ons.

  2. Under Show, select All add-ons.

To turn add-ons on

  1. Open Internet Explorer, select the Tools button , and then select Manage add-ons.

  2. Under Show, select All add-ons.

  3. Select the add-on, Enable, and then select Close.

 

Turning off and removing add-ons

Plug-ins can sometimes slow down and crash browsers, or pose a security or compatibility risk. You can disable specific plug-ins to increase your browsing speed or if you think they are causing problems for Internet Explorer. You can also remove plugins that you no longer use from your PC. It’s a good idea to remove plugins if you think they’re causing performance, compatibility, or security issues.

To disable plugins

  1. Open Internet Explorer, select the Tools button , then select Manage Add-ons .

  2. Under View , select All Plugins , then select the plugin you want to disable.

  3. Select Disable and then Close .

To remove plugins from your PC

Note:  Not all plug-ins can be deleted. Some plug-ins are required for Internet Explorer and your PC to work properly.

 

  1. Open Internet Explorer, select the Tools button , then select Manage Add-ons .

  2. Under View , select All Plugins , then select the plugin you want to remove.

  3. If the plugin can be deleted, you will see a Delete option. Select Delete then Close .

 

The risks of installing plugins

Although plugins can improve your browsing experience by giving you access to quality web content, some plugins may pose security, privacy or performance risks. Make sure that the plugins you install come from a trusted source.  

Improved Protected Mode and plugins

Enhanced Protected Mode helps protect your PC and personal data from malware and other attacks. When enabled, plug-ins such as toolbars, extensions, and browser helper objects can only run if they support Enhanced Protected Mode. You will be notified if a plugin is incompatible. If you need to run an incompatible plugin, you can disable Enhanced Protected Mode in the desktop browser.

Note:  Enhanced Protected Mode helps protect your PC from malware and other attacks. Disable it only if you are sure to increase the risk level for your PC.

 

To enable or disable Enhanced Protected Mode

  1. Open Internet Explorer, select the Tools button , then select Internet Options .

  2. On the Advanced tab , under Security , check (or uncheck) the Enable Enhanced Protected Mode check box , then select OK . You will need to restart your PC for these settings to take effect.

 

 

 

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