I love sticky notes. They help me keep things in order, and as a very neat person, that makes me very happy. Keeping everything organized and nice makes for a better browsing experience as well. Want to add some notes to Firefox? All you need to do is download the Internote Firefox extension.
Many of us have probably wondered why there is a three second wait time you have to go through before installing extensions. The folks at the Download Squad have an answer.
Ever find yourself on a “Page Can Not Be Found” Web page? You are left with an empty feeling inside, because you do not know what else to try. For those of you who might run into error pages more times than the rest of us, you need ErrorZilla. This extension will give you a prettier error Web page, as well as some neat tools to help you find what it is you were looking for.
With all this talk about your privacy being attacked and people snooping on what you have been searching about, you are bound to feel a little paranoid. You might be watching over your shoulder as you type. You might be turning the lights out before you get Online. How can you protect yourself from being tracked in your searches though? If you use Firefox, you need the TrackMeNot extension.
Sure, I can type pretty fast. Over the years, I have found myself typing faster than I can write. When it comes to the number pad though, I am all thumbs. I do not know why, it just seems very unfamiliar to me. I have a feeling that I am not alone though.
Since this is “back to school” season, I figured I would find a Firefox extension that would fit in with that theme. The Web Marker extension reminds me of my days of school where I would read through books, and have to highlight certain parts of them. I don’t really remember why we did it, I just remember the pretty colors.
Tired of having to scroll and scroll just to see all of the extensions you have installed in Firefox? Well, then you need to pick up the Slim Extension List extension. I know, you are thinking, “I don’t need another extension to add to the list!”, but I promise you this one makes the pain go away. It shortens the entries for each extension so that they don’t take up so much space. Click on the extension in question, and the box expands to show you more information.
Here is something we probably do not give much thought to every single day. How can we make browsing better for the disabled? Well, thanks to a Firefox Facts reader I have found a great resource for making Firefox a little more accessible to those folks.
The Access Firefox Project was created to showcase some of the accessibility tools and features that are available for the free Firefox Web Browser, and to provide Firefox accessibility information and resources. Firefox has a great number of built in accessibility options and there are many free add-ons that greatly enhance the Firefox user’s experience.
Check Out AccessFirefox.com!
Shopping on eBay can be a real savior and a real pain in the rear. Sure, you can find a lot of great deals. Why does looking for the best deals always have to be such hard work though? The ShortShip Firefox extension hopes to end your worries. It makes it a lot easier to find the cheapest deals on eBay.
The people at bit-tech.net give us yet another side by side comparison of the new Internet Explorer and Firefox 2.0. The entire article in question has a lot of interesting points, but the last paragraph left me a little shocked.
If IE7 is such a massive improvement, it’s hard to see what about the new Firefox really justifies the moniker ‘2.0’. It really seems like more of a 1.6 – there’s not a lot of difference here. The browser wars just got a lot more interesting…
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