Web browsers often support plugins that add features like ad-blocking, password management, or integration with third-party services.
Content Management Systems:
CMS platforms like WordPress allow users to install plugins to add functionalities such as SEO optimization, e-commerce capabilities, contact forms, and more.
Digital Audio Workstations:
Music production software might support audio effect plugins that provide different sound effects, virtual instruments, or mixing tools.
Video Editing Software:
Video editing applications can have plugins for adding special effects, transitions, or video codecs.
IDEs (Integrated Development Environments):
IDEs used for software development can have plugins that provide additional programming language support, code analysis tools, and version control integration.