Free Memory facilitates the memory operations provided in about:memory page, in the form of an add-on. With this, it’s no longer necessary to open a separate tab and go to about:memory to reduce the memory consumed by Firefox. The add-on provides options in a widget panel, which helps in performing Garbage collection, Cycle collection and Minimize Memory operations.
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Install the MEGA Firefox extension for vastly improved download performance. It will allow you to batch-download an unlimited number of files without any size restrictions from MEGA.
Looking for a colorful, yet simple Firefox theme? Tangofox fits the bill and looks good on just about any desktop out there. The theme takes its inspiration from the Tango icons and works them into Firefox flawlessly.
The Mozilla Labs Game On competition is over. The web game development competition spawn a lot of creative and amazing games. I can say one thing for sure, I sure am glad I didn’t have to decide who was the best of the best. The best overall winner was Marble Run – but there were a lot of other awards handed out.
Want to be able to download some of the best HD 1080p videos from across the internet, but missing that Firefox add-on that promises to get it all done in a simple way? KeepTube is the video downloading extension you might want to take a look at.
Are you in need of a screen recording device but don’t want to bother installing a bunch of extra applications or services just to get the job done? Capture Fox is the add-on for Firefox you need to pick up.
Now I know many people don’t like pandering to the audience for things, however I do want to let you all know it is really easy to follow Firefox Facts in a number of different ways.
Subscribe via RSS
All you have to do to subscribe to the RSS feed is click that orange icon in the Firefox address bar.
You will then be given many different options in which you can subscribe to the feed. You can set it up as a Live Bookmark or you could use services like Google Reader, Bloglines and more to get instant access to all the Firefoxy goodness you will find here.
Subscribe via E-mail
To subscribe by e-mail, and get daily e-mail updates when a new post has been made – type your e-mail address into the empty text box at the top, and hit the “Subscribe!” button.
Once you do, a window will pop up asking you to type in a series of letters to verify you really want to subscribe. once you do, click the “Complete Subscription Request” button and your all set.
It is all totally free, as I don’t charge you a dime (nor would I want to). The only revenue I make from the site is from the Google ads your hopefully not blocking, to pay for the upkeep of the site.
Big thanks to the 7,000+ that are subscribing already and the many more who come in to check out the web site daily. You ROCK!
You can also follow me and my projects on Twitter @mitchkeeler!
So there is your how to subscribe to Firefox Facts public service announcement. I now return you to your regularly scheduled Firefox tips, tutorials and more – already in progress.
The extension, NetVideoHunter, promises you a world of easy to download videos and music from any YouTube-like video sharing web site. With it, you can download media from places such as YouTube, MySpace, Google Video, Metacafe, Dailymotion and more.
One more nice feature that comes with this add-on is that before you download any video or music, you can play it in a built-in media player. It has both fullscreen and video smoothing capabilities too, to make your viewing experience just that much better.
Here is a video tutorial on how to get the most out of NetVideoHunter:
Now, truth be told – there are a lot of extensions out there that promise to make content downloading easy and painless, however many fail in a number of ways. NetVideoHunter however, has yet to disappoint. If you have your own favorite media downloader for Firefox, feel free to share!
I couldn’t be more blunt with the headline, and it pretty much tells the entire story here. Pixlr, a great online photo editor has now got an extension that will work with Firefox. With it, you have access to import and edit any picture you find into the Pixlr web site.
So who really needs Pixlr? It is a great alternative for us normal people out there who may not need the entire Photoshop suite of tools, just a simple and easy to use editor. Having it online and with easy access via Firefox makes it an even handier tool for the web developers out there to have access to. The only thing you need to have to make it work is Flash.
One more nice feature about the service is it is super quick. Just playing around with the editor on its own, it loaded up in under two seconds easily. To pick up the Firefox add-on for Pixlr, go check out the Firefox Add-on site. To learn more about the Pixlr editor, be sure to visit pixlr.com.
Finding yourself in a fix for a theme based around your favorite sports team? Recently, a lot more sports related themes have been making their way up the Firefox theme ranks. No matter if you are a fan of football, baseball, rugby, soccer, or any other theme out there – I am sure these popular sports themes for Firefox will make you want to stand up and cheer!
Give me an F! Give me an I! Give me a R! Give me an E! Give me a break… Ok, so I might not be the world’s biggest sports fan, so that is why I need your help. Did I miss one of your favorites? Be sure to sound off and let me know.