Candy Tabs makes your Firefox browser a thing of beauty and elegance, differentiating each open tab with a color which helps distinguish your browsing so you always know which tab you want to select.
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Need to know specific statistics about your tabs? Tab Data will provide you with tab related statistics and data. I could see this being helpful for counting webpages, bookmarks or even being helpful for other add-on authors.
This add-on for Firefox lets you create serial tabs with load-ahead preparations from bookmarks.
A Firefox extension for better tab handling. Inspired by Opera 12 and its Activate the last active tab setting, which is not the same as most recently used tab or last tab selected other extensions provide.
This extension lets you to copy page’s title & URL in two clicks, as the old Opera browser did. Now it’s easier to share link with someone without explaining what’s this page about.
What does Compact Tabs do? Makes more room for page titles in the the Firefox tabs bar by removing the extra white space, making them appear a bit more compact.
Toolbar panel with large icons for direct access to common actions for extensions, plugins and themes. Quickly access options, activation, uninstallation, application restart, details, home pages, review pages and donation pages.
Tabulous is meant to be a plugin that will save you days and days of remembering what information you read where, and at which line.
Have you seen Tab Set Saver? It lets you save a set of tabs into a single HTML file (thumbnails included), and restore one or all of the tabs from this file at a later time.
We all love using tabs in our browsers and Firefox was the first browser to really let you do more things with them. Sure other browsers have tried to duplicate but few can really do it as well as the Firefox community. Here are four of my favorite and popular tab extensions you can not live without.