Want to personalize the content shown after you hit the new Firefox button in Firefox 4? With the Personal Menu add-on for Firefox, this is pretty easy to do. It allows you to strip or add features from the menu so that you can hopefully get a lot more use out of it.
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Looking for an alternative way to manage your bookmarks? ViewMarks might be the solution.
This interesting extension for Firefox will give you customizable thumbnail previews for all of your favorite links.
Tabs are a feature in Firefox we all take for granted some times. It has become so normal for us to uses them, they just don’t seem that exciting anymore. Well, if you feel like your tab bar has lost some of it’s specialness – be sure to check out these ten terrific tab tweaking tips.
Tab Candy is the most exciting Firefox feature I have seen in a long time. The problem we all have is it becomes harder, as the day goes along, to keep our tabs organized. We all multi-task, and the regular horizontal tab toolbar with ten to twenty open tabs is not helping us. That is where Tab Candy comes into play.
With the DSBMarks extension for Firefox, you can start to store your bookmarks in a different way. Rather than organizing them by the folders you decide to drop them in – DSBMarks creates a date based hierarchy to sort your new bookmarks for you.
We are all looking for ways to get more done in the browser visually, and at times I would like to look at two tabs at the same time. Looking for a way to tile my tabs, I found a great add-on that does the job really well. The Tile Tabs add-on for Firefox does exactly what you think it would – it tiles your tabs in the browser.
I can tell you from experience, having too many tabs open can be a real pain. On occasion though, it is something you have to do, so you might as well find an add-on that will help you navigate through your tabs more effectively. That is where TooManyTabs comes into play.
I love any add-on or web site service that helps me organize my day to day life and duties. Being somewhat of an organizational nut, I do have to say one of my favorite Firefox add-ons out there is ReminderFox. This add-on for Firefox remembers things, so you don’t have to.
Picking a location for all of your downloaded files is an easy thing to do. All you have to do is go to Tools in the menu bar, then Options, then in the Main tab, pick your place to save your downloads. What if you want all your downloaded .zip files in a folder named “Archives” and files downloaded from Mozilla.org to go into a folder named, “Mozilla Downloads”? Then you need the Automatic Save Folder add-on for Firefox.
When you name your add-on for Firefox Incredible Bookmarks, you know you are setting the bar pretty high, right from the introduction. Pitched to users as the greatest add-on suite for bookmark lovers, Incredible Bookmarks for Firefox does impress.
The features to love here are plentiful. You can dynamically, show bookmarks by using folder and search terms. Highlight the bookmarks in any color you would like, sort the bookmarks by name, visit time, last visited and most visited, and a lot more.