On January 16th, the new Microsoft Edge browser based on the Chromium kernel was officially launched on Microsoft’s website, and the new Edge supports Windows 10, Windows 8.1, Windows 8, Windows 7, macOS, iOS, Android has 7 platforms in more than 90 languages.
Because based on the Chromium kernel, the new Edge browser theoretically naturally supports all of Chrome’s browser plug-ins, even themes.
However, Edge did not previously support the installation of themes from the Chrome Web Store, and a series of complex operations were required if users wanted to change them, but Microsoft took note of the problem and updated official support for the theme in the Canary version.
It is reported that as soon as you upgrade to the new Edge at 82.0.444.0 or later, you can go directly to the Chrome Web Store to install thetheme once you’ve enabled the “Allow external store theme” option.
Chrome Web Store has a fairly rich theme, there is no shortage of Google’s official competition theme, the author’s favorite is the previous launch of the zodiac series.