Saved Password Editor is a Firefox addon that allows you to save, edit, delete and manage saved passwords in Firefox by simply right-clicking on a web form.
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Reader and iReader for Firefox are two great extensions to implement a “Reader mode” in Firefox, but which is better? Let’s find out.
Firefox version 31 comes with a feature that checks your downloaded file with Google for malware. You can disable it if you are concerned about your privacy.
If you need to convert figures from one unit to another in a webpage, the Converter addon for Firefox can easily convert measurements with a click of a button.
For those who dislike the new Firefox “Australis” theme, you can install the “Classic Theme Restorer” addon to restore the popular Strata theme. Here is how it works.
If you use Yahoo Mail, you can use the “Fastest Notifier for Yahoo Mail” add-on for Firefox to check and receive Yahoo mail notifications in the browser.
If you don’t like the new compose window in Gmail, here is how you can revert back to the old compose window in Gmail. Only for Chrome and Firefox.
Private browsing in Firefox requires you to open a new window. The Private Tab addon allows you to open private tabs in Firefox instead of a separate window, making it easier for you to keep track of multiple sites at a time.
Pop-up ads are annoying. If you are one of those who hate pop-up ads, here is the method to block pop-up windows in the various browsers.
For those who like copying text from multiple web pages, Text MultiCopy for Firefox allows you to copy multiple texts and paste them all at the same time.
If you are concerned that your browser won’t be able to handle multiple downloads, you can use Download Plan to schedule downloads in Firefox
Mozilla don’t call their address bar the “Awesome Bar” for nothing. Master the keyword searches in Firefox and turn the Awesome Bar into a productive tool.
A Firefox add-on called Easy Copy offers a quick way to copy multiple web page URLs, along with other details like page title and HTML source.
Your browser comes with some capabilities that have become obsolete. Here are some extensions to enhance browsers capability and performance.
Firefox for Android comes with a built-in reader mode that strips articles down to just their text for easy reading. Let’s check out how it works.
Documents conversion can be a hassle and may require you to install additional software. Soda PDF allows you to convert documents to PDF within Firefox. Let’s check it out!
If you use Firefox, an add-on called SuperDrag allows you to open links by simply employing the drag and drop function of your mouse.
For those who need to keep track of word count, Word Count Tool for Firefox allows you to easily find out the word/character count of highlighted text in the browser.
Wired Marker for Firefox allows you to permanently mark text on websites. The highlighted text will still be visible the next time you visit the site.
There are tons of bookmarking services around, but If you need a better and easier way to save web content, then Dragdis could be the one for you.