Two more Microsoft Edge extensions arrive on the Windows Store

Advance Password Manager

The lineup of extensions available for Microsoft Edge is slowly but steadily expanding. As spotted by the folks at WinCentral, two new extensions recently made their way to the Windows Store — Advance Password Manager and Mailtrack for Gmail & Inbox.

As you'd expect from its name, Advance Password Manager is another extension that can help you generate strong passwords, then store and manage them while browsing the web. When it comes time to fill out in login details, the extension will populate the fields automatically. You can also store payment information in order to quickly check out while online shopping, or even store notes.


Meanwhile, Mailtrack is a handy tool for, well, tracking your sent emails. The extension adds a double check mark next to your sent mail when it has been read by the other party. Hovering over the icon can show you how many times it was read and when. Add the extension's name suggests, it works with Gmail and Inbox.

Both extensions are available for free now in the Windows Store.

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  • It might have flown under Windows Central radar, but Norton's Identity Safe also has an Edge extension for a while now.
  • Wow, I thought MS was working to keep crap out of the extensions on Edge. Or has Norton cleaned up its act enough to be considered good again?
  • NO EFFIN waiting for ages!
  • Still waiting for enpass
  • Yeah, the 'unknown sources' message gets annoying every time.
  • Yes would like that one too.
  • Waiting for Grammerly.
  • Waiting for uBlock Origin
  • uBlock Origin already exists
  • Why are you waiting? It's been available in the Windows Store for quite some time now.
  • Wow! Two! At a time! 🙄
  • Extensions come, apps leave. Hmmm. So long as the extensions get more powerful, I really wouldn't mind this much. Although it would be great if mobile Edge got extensions like originally planned, though I'm sure it would have the same level of support as mobile apps.
  • I need one to reload page every x time
  • Does it read it to any sent account, or does it only read between imail and gmail accounts?
  • I found and installed the "Select and search" extension, it much more needed for me than items listed above :)