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Microsoft Edge is now supporting extensions

Hi, Now that Microsoft Edge is supporting extensions, is Norton going to support Edge with things like Identity Safe, etc.? Thanks,

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Question: Is Microsoft Edge compatible with Norton Identity Safe?

Answer: Microsoft does not yet allow Norton and many other companies to provide extensions for the Edge browser. Norton is committed to supporting Edge, and in our labs we have new versions of our ID Safe and Norton Security extensions working with Edge. However, Microsoft does not yet allow broad support for developers to publish and maintain Edge extensions. As soon as Microsoft provides such support, we will be able to move forward in releasing Norton extensions for Edge.

Question: I saw that Microsoft released extension support on Edge with the Windows 10 Anniversary Update. Where are Norton’s extensions?

Answer: Microsoft partnered with a small group of developers to release extensions for Edge with the Windows 10 Anniversary Update. Microsoft’s decision to limit Edge extension partners is in no way reflective of Norton’s commitment or ability to develop extensions for Edge. At Norton, we are a strong believer in customer choice and are committed to supporting customers on their browser of choice. This includes Microsoft Edge, if and when Microsoft allows us to release our extensions. If you want to advocate for Norton support on Edge, please voice your opinion to Microsoft here: https://wpdev.uservoice.com/forums/257854-microsoft-edge-developer/suggestions/15241830-at-least-allow-norton-extensions (link is external)

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Thank you for your reply. I went to the link you provided and voted for Norton Extension support. Looking forward to using them. Thanks again,

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I love this quote from above post:

At Norton, we are a strong believer in customer choice and are committed to supporting customers on their browser of choice.

So where is our choice for a Local Vault ?   

Jim

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PhoneMan:

I love this quote from above post:

At Norton, we are a strong believer in customer choice and are committed to supporting customers on their browser of choice.

So where is our choice for a Local Vault ?   

Jim

 That comment is about supporting browsers. Not in how they will support it.

I too want the local vault returned.

Things happen. Export/Backup your Norton Password Manager data.
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If Microsoft is not yet allowing Norton Identity Safe to be added as an extension then Edge is not a viable option as a really useful browser.  If Local Vault would resolve this problem on a temporary basis until, or if ever, Microsoft  gets its act together then this should be re-instated by Norton.

The local option would be extremely useful in any case as I have had problems using Identity Safe in other browers.  The local option would mean a standard approach no matter which browser I would be using.

Another problem which would be solved by the local option is that I often find Identity Safe has a long delay in responding to requests for a log in.

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Microsoft is also developing and promoting its own antivirus or anti-malware app, Windows Defender:

Then, personally, your choices (voices) won't work. 

PUP Hunter PRO: Just TRYING to save the world (U) from cyber threats, A single blog post, at a time, and ONCE & FOR ALL. (A fan of Nadia_Kovacs)
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With the Windows 10 Creators Update, Edge will get many improvements. Also, the extensions catalog is growing steadily. I think it´s time for Norton to also support Edge with own extensions, surely other AV products will soon enter here..

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PaulchenZ

If you see bjm_'s post above, you see it is not up to Norton. It is Microsoft that has to allow the extensions. Norton is just waiting for the green light.

As for the catalog growing steadily, going from 13 when AU was introduced to 22 now is hardly a steady increase. Or it is steady but slow.

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I just posted the following to the MS WIN10 Development site:

"PLEASE allow Norton Extensions!
When WIN-10 was first available Edge was flaky at best and it was useful to stay with IE. Over time Microsoft has provided maintenance to WIN-10 which has improved greatly Edge, but IE has deteriorated significantly; memory leaks, loops, high CPU consumption, etc. IE is nearly useless now and to convert to Edge you MUST allow Norton (and others) to implement sanctioned extensions in Edge. This issue is URGENT for me!! "

Thanks for the URL!

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FYI - in case you haven't seen it yet there is a norton extension out for MS edge https://community.norton.com/en/blogs/product-update-announcements/norto...

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I got it installed on edge as well

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When I try to install the extention, I get this message that I need the latest Windows update.  I thought Microsft automatically downlaods/installs updates so I do not uderstand.  If I clcik on Get Updated, I get a page with a list of updates, etc.  I am hesitant to run an update that was not taken care of by the normal update procedure. I have.version 1607, build 14393.1066.

Thank you.

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You need to have the Creators Update. If you check your Windows update it will show that the Creators Update is on the way. You do not have that yet.

The Edge extension will only work on Creators Updated computers.

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Hi peterweb

I take it that the Creators Update has not been released on Windows 10 Pro 64Bit yet then, must be on the 32Bit home versions.

I'll have to wait a little longer to use Edge.

Thanks for that information, this answered why I couldn't get it from the store. 

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They're releasing it in phases - I have CrU on my Pro 64Bit machine but I used the media creation tool to install it.

Virginia/Twilight Princess. Windows 10 Pro 64bit, iPhone X, iPad Pro 9.7".
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I see that the post from peterweb states that users will need the Creators Update for most Norton AV products to work with, and support Windows Edge browser. It would be useful if Norton/Symantec updated their "system requirements" pages for the various affected products, so that this is properly spelled out for users. As MS is pushing users to use EDGE (and some apps, and Cortana calls load edge automatically - despite what default browser is set) - so it seems to rather defeat the object of purchasing an otherwise good AV product, from a major industry player. See this example Norton URL (bottom of page) - needs expanding or clarifying (as it just says that Edge Browser not supported):

http://buy-static.norton.com/norton/ps/bb/1up_ns3_au_en_hero_notw_brnf.html

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Well, technically, Creators update is not fully rolled out yet, so the information is still correct at this time.

I will pass your post to Norton to look into the timing of changing the information on the page. It is always nice to see someone who actually reads all the fine print....

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Windows 10 Creators update was installed last night. Today I activated the Identity Safe for the EDGE browser.  A few issues: The Tags list that Identity Safe shows in other browsers was not there.  If I close the EDGE Browser after connecting to my Identity Safe Vault, open EDGE again, I need to login into the Vault again.  That is not the case with other browsers [unless it times out].

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That is normal for the new Edge and Firefox extensions. Hopefully the future releases will have more  features.

Jim 

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This is the issue that I have found, if you close Edge your log into Norton is also closed whereas this does not happen with IE.  I often close out of my browser but then find out from an e mail that I need to go back into the internet.  If I am using IE I do not need to re-log into Norton but I need to do so if I am using Edge.

Please get it fixed.

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Thank you 4 the link,i vote :-)

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Doesn't Microsoft care about protecting children? Norton Family is one of the few tools available for parents to monitor and restrict access to bad stuff on the Internet. To have MS Edge sidestep extensions is a major step backward for parents. I guess we need legislation/regulation to force a change. There is no reason that kids should be able to launch a common browser and access adult content on the Internet when Norton Family is installed.

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MS Edge does support the newer type extensions. It is up to the vendor to make their extensions compatible. Firefox is also going to the new type extensions. Here is a link with free family protection that does not depend on the browser. Click on OpenDNS Family Shield. A simple DNS change and your family is protected.

http://www.opendns.com/home-internet-security/

Jim 

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Jim

Your suggestion for OpenDNS is more like Norton ConnectSafe.    https://connectsafe.norton.com/   It is still a good suggestion as a first line of defense, but not as inclusive as Norton Family.

Norton Family gives parental control over individual devices and users to monitor web usage etc.    https://family.norton.com/web/

Things happen. Export/Backup your Norton Password Manager data.
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Hello, until the Norton extensions become compatible, you might want to try using the "Microsoft Family" facilities, that enable you to control their accounts and usage. It needs some setup, but here is a basic guide if you are interested:

https://www.gottabemobile.com/parental-controls-in-windows-10-how-to-set...

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