The Edge browser Microsoft will get a built-in ad blocker

At the conference Microsoft Build 2016, which runs from 30 March to 1 April in San Francisco, Microsoft held a separate sectiou about future innovations to Microsoft’s browser Edge. Among other innovations on one of the slides it was noticed the mention of built-in function blocking ads. The slide drew the attention of the journalists of the resource ZDNet and published.
The Edge browser Microsoft will get a built-in ad blocker
At the moment for blocking ads usually are special extensions-blockers, which are created by third-party developers. However, not so long ago began to appear the first solution with built-in lock. You can cite as an example the browser Brave, submitted by the co-founder of Mozilla in January, or the recent test version of Opera for developers.
Note that the JavaScript extensions are already supported test version of the Microsoft Edge included in a recent preview version of Windows 10. Now it turns out that to put the extension like AdBlock Plus users of Microsoft Edge is not required.

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