Browser Extension

A browser extension is a plugin for an internet browser that adds new functionality and features that were not originally included or created by the browser's creators. Extensions can change the user interface and provide Web service capability to a browser.

Consider a browser extension to be a little piece of software, often known as a plug that may execute different controls and filters to alter how a user visits a web page or views information from a certain web service.

It may use comparable application program interfaces (APIs) to JavaScript on a web page, and extensions can even access their own set of APIs.

In addition to being used to improve the functioning of a website, Browser Extensions may also be used to eliminate undesired components, such as pop-up adverts and auto-play capabilities in online videos.


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