Researching on the Internet can sometimes be cumbersome. The Save Text To File extension for Firefox allows you to save highlighted text in any web page into a .txt file, then save it in any location on your hard drive.
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We all know that the more addons you are running in your Firefox, the slower your Firefox will be, but do you have any idea which particular addon is consuming the most resources and causing the browser to slow down?
Some web sites, such as Google and Facebook, routinely ignore the Do Not Track settings. Here is how you can enforce the Do Not Track feature in Firefox.
If you work with computers a lot and find that your eyesight isn’t as good as it used to, you’ll be happy to know that a Firefox add-on called NoSquint allows you to zoom in and out the text of a webpage.
If you work with both Firefox and Chrome, and need your bookmarks to be available on both of them, here is how you can sync bookmarks between Firefox and Chrome.
Currently, if you want to browse privately, you probably open up your browser and turn on the privacy mode in the browser. This tutorial shows you how to turn on the privacy mode automatically after you start the browser.
The browser is probably the second most used software in your computer, right after the operating system itself. If you are a Firefox user and want to back up your browser data (history, profile, cookies, extensions etc.) easily, here is the way to do it.
Working with Google Drive is a convenient way to manage files on the go. If you’re frequently downloading files from different sources on the Web, you’ll be glad to know that the Save to Google Drive for Firefox add-on lets you save files directly to Google Drive.
Cloud storage is great for accessing files from multiple computers, but having to download them every time can be time consuming and tedious. RollApp File Opener for Firefox lets you open and edit any file in your cloud storage from within the browser, without having to install any other application.
If you’re a frequent Evernote user, you can now send single emails or entire email threads in Gmail to your Evernote account and save it into a specified notebook, and insert notes from within Gmail and send as a link to the recipient. Here’s how it works.