If you prefer the mouse more than the keyboard, here are some mouse gesture addons you can add to Chrome and Firefox to improve your productivity.
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Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox now both offer out-of-the-box support for WebVR. This article will explain what WebVR is and how it affects you.
Your web browser is an important line of defense in the struggle for your privacy and security online. Configure Firefox to block many common threats.
The Firefox’s about:config section provides powerful ways for users to fully customize the browser. Here are our favorite Firefox about:config tricks.
At one time we may have only visited a browser once or twice a day, but browsers are now used much more often. Which browser do you use and why?
If you’re concerned about your privacy, you might want to disable the location-sharing feature. Learn how to disable location sharing in various browsers.
Firefox is a great browser, but sometimes it lags and loads pages slowly. If you’re looking for some quick and easy ways to speed up Firefox, we have you covered!
Firefox has a lot going on under the hood that you can play around with. Here are some of the tips and tricks for Firefox that you may not know about.
Mozilla’s WebExtensions for Firefox is a new API to replace the existing extension API. This means that a lot of your favorite add-ons might not work anymore. Here’s how it will affect you.
Privacy is the foremost concern for just about any computer user. To protect privacy in Firefox without getting too technical, Privacy Settings is well worth a try.
While the Firefox developer edition is available for Linux, its installation is not as straightforward. Here’s how to install Firefox Developer edition in Linux.
Firefox for Android is yet another useful browser you can use on your mobile device. Here are some of the best tips and tricks for Firefox for Android you can use.
Just like the desktop edition, Firefox for Android also supports a large selection of add-ons. Here are some of the most useful one you should try.
When using a PC for a long period of time, eye strain is definitely an issue. Fortunately, you can add “night mode” to your browsers to solve the issue. Learn how you can add night mode to Chrome and Firefox.
Tracking users is a major part of the modern Web. Fortunately, if you want to stop sites from tracking you, here are a few add-ons for Firefox to reclaim some of your privacy.
For web developers who have decided to stick with Firefox, here’s a list of some of the best add-ons that should ease your development workflow by a considerable amount.
Use these TOR-based Firefox addons to improve your browsing privacy and to surf anonymously.
Sometimes you want to do a search that you don’t want Google to track. Here are a few ways to search Google anonymously in Firefox without having to log out of your various Google services.