I am a very organized person, so if I can bring my organizational needs to the browser with a great add-on – then call me a happy guy. Auto-Sort Bookmarks is a great extension for Firefox that sorts bookmarks alphabetically for you. This extension has options to automatically sort bookmarks, sort the bookmarks bar and specify the sort order. Auto-Sort Bookmarks considers separators, so that it sorts bookmarks between separators.
AnonymoX is an initiative for anonymization in the internet and a great Firefox add-on too. The aim is to restore the users right of anonymity in the web. Most websites monitor the behavior of their users, giving the websites hosts the ability to analyze the general users behavior and create detailed user profiles, which often times are sold to third parties.
Wish the Firefox location bar had a little more of a Breadcrumb display? The Location Bar Enhancer changes the Location Bar of Firefox into a Breadcrumb display with rich and interactive features.
Rather than resetting your entire browser to be in Private Browsing Mode, why not just set it to one tab? The Private Tab extension for Firefox adds private tabs to Firefox. This way, you can use the private browsing mode of Firefox in a single tab – while the rest of the browser stays un-private.
Public Fox is a nice add-on for Firefox that lets you lock down the browser.
If you do a lot of website development or graphic art work, you might find yourself looking for specific shades of colors. The Rainbow Color Tools add-on for Firefox will make that job easier. It extracts the color scheme from any website so you can get a closer look.
Collusion is a very interesting add-on for Firefox, if you are interested in seeing how your data is tracked. Privacy fans will love this extension because it allows you to see third-party cookies and how they track your movement as you browse from website to website.
Need an easier way to find locations? Quick Maps will let you find locations on Google Maps in just a second.
Were you upset when Firefox changed the way it started to show regular images in the browser? I don’t mean on a webpage, but when you look at a single image after typing it’s location into the address bar. Bug 376997 added a stylesheet to top-level images that forces the background to black and centers the image. This extension removes the stylesheet, returning the background to your configured default and removing the centering.
Switching tabs in a hurry? Tab Wheel Scroll is a great add-on for Firefox that allows you to use the mouse’s scroll wheel to switch between open tabs in Firefox. It would be really nice if there was an option for switching tab groups when cycling over the Tab Groups button. Aside from that, this extension is perfect.