Another couple of big-name browser extension is now available to those using the Microsoft Edge browser in Windows 10. Starting today, the popular GetThemAll – Video Download add-on is now in the Windows Store and earlier last week Enhancer for YouTube was released as well.
GetThemAll is a simple extension that scours your current webpage for download links to apps, documents, and videos, putting them all together in an easy to navigate window. Users can then just download the files directly to their PC. From the app description:
GetThemAll (GTA) is a whole new dimension in download management software. Tired of searching for millions of files on websites and downloading them one by one? You will no longer have to! GetThemAll will find all files available on the page you view by itself – all you need to do is choose exactly what you want to download.
GeThemAll Video downloader can download from most popular video or social websites similar to:
The extension seems to work quite well, and we're sure a lot of power users will appreciate having those new options available right in Edge for the first time.
Enhancer for YouTube
Enhancer for YouTube was listed a few weeks ago, but due to some store errors, the listing was unavailable for the week. That issue got fixed, so now we can share with you're the download link.
Enhancer for YouTube lets you re-skin the YouTube.com website with a dark theme, default playback conditions including resolution preferences, sort comments by newest, disable auto-play, and more. It's a clever app that is useful if watch YouTube videos on the web (I prefer MyTube! instead).
I've been using Enhancer for YouTube for a while now, and it's hard to go back to anything else. It's perfect for when you do have to follow a web link to the YouTube channel, and the pre-set resolution settings are impressive.
Let us know what you think of these new Edge extensions in comments!
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