Want to speed up your flash video watching? By default, Firefox takes a sort of “snapshot” of whatever you are doing every ten seconds. Why? It is so that the browser can restore itself, just in case of a crash. Now you might ask, what does this have to do with flash videos? Well, the snapshot action is what is causing your ten second delay, at times, with watching flash videos on the Web.
In a nutshell, Greasemonkey is an add-on for Firefox that allows you to customize a web site’s look and function. Now you don’t have to be a coder to use it though, because there are already hundreds of scripts out there available for free that you can use to help you do a number of different things.
I have had a few friend and read a few horror stories Online about people who for one reason or another have lost their Firefox bookmarks and had to start all over. What they were not aware of is that you may not have totally lost your Firefox boomarks at all. There are backups hidden within your PC that I bet you haven’t even checked yet.
If you need to edit some of the advanced preferences of Firefox, and you need a neater way to get that done, gui:config is right for you.
You asked for it, time and time again. You told me Mitch, you awesome guy you… (ok, maybe you left out the awesome part, but I forgive you) we want more Firefox keyboard shortcuts. I beat my keyboard till it was black and blue to find these shortcuts just for you.