The Window and Tab Limiter add-on for Firefox will automatically close old windows and tabs. This is so you don’t end up with too many windows or tabs opened up at the same time. This will save you a lot of CPU resources. You can also password protect the add-on so nobody messes with your settings.
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With most modern browsers, the idea of having pop-up advertisements is a thing of the past. However, sometimes you do need to see a pop-up window. Most often I see this with websites that have old membership areas that haven’t been updated in a long time. I also have this problem on my bank’s website too. So how can you tell Firefox to let certain domains show pop-up windows?
Afraid somebody is peeking at your browsing habits behind you? Don’t have time to shut down Firefox the right way? The Panic Button extension for Firefox provides the quickest way to hide all the browser buttons in a stroke of the mouse.
Right from your toolbar in Firefox, you can choose to go full screen or restore a window from any other state with Full Screen Plus. If you like to have your web browser at a certain size for certain tasks, this add-on is a big time saver. The user interface of the add-on gives you four small buttons, four larger buttons or one large button that switches between the two full screen states.
If you are looking for the best dark theme to decorate your Firefox browser with, take a look at Bloomind FT DeepDark 2. While the name does not roll off the tongue, it is the most downloaded Firefox theme at the moment via the Firefox Add-ons website.
Running Windows and want to make Firefox 4 start up faster? The add-on Start Faster enables some really nifty optimizations that Mozilla hasn’t done yet to the browser to give you a quicker launch time for your favorite browser.
The world of Firefox 3.6 themes is really slim pickings these days. Well, there still are a lot of great themes, however most of them I have already covered here more than a few times. However, I am happy to say I was surprised to find this suggestion in my inbox this morning. Bloomind FT Graphite really transforms the way Firefox looks for Windows users.
The Pale Moon Project says they can get Firefox to perform 25% faster, through the art of optimization. You see, the Pale Moon Project is all about creating a custom-built and optimized Firefox browser for Windows users to enjoy.
For those of you using Windows 7 or Windows Vista, you probably have already noticed that by default, Firefox does not have the cool glass effect that some of your other programs might have. You can make Firefox a little more transparent though, with the Glasser add-on.
Today I have for you three themes based on the ideas and icons behind the Gnome Colors project. What is that? The Gnome Colors project really aims at making the Gnome desktop as elegant, colorful and consistent as possible.
So can these three themes, each accented with their own color stand up to the rest of the Firefox themes out there? I will let you decide.