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.
Sending content from desktop to Android is not as easy as it seems. An extension called Pushbullet for Google Chrome and Firefox makes this task easier.
Firefox Sync is getting better in the new nightly version of Firefox. If you have not setup your Firefox account, here is how you can do so.
The Download icon in Firefox is not really very useful. If you want your downloads to be more accessible, Download Status Bar might be a good solution.
Light is a lightweight browser built with speed in mind and is ideal for old machines. It is a Firefox alternative with several non-essential features removed.
Most browsers often start up with the home page or speed dial page. Here are the ways for each major browser to resume last browsing session on startup.
If you want to get the latest version of Firefox, there is a convenient repository available which repacks and distributes the latest official Mozilla builds.
Supertab is a Firefox add-on that lets you cycle through a list of open tabs in most recently used order, just by triggering Alt+Tab or Ctrl+Tab.
Configuring TOR can be complicated for many people, but with Tor Browser, you can now surf privately and safely without any installation and configuration.
If you are using mobile Firefox in your Android devices, here is one neat trick that you can use to quickly access your browsing history.
If you are using Firefox on a tablet, you may want to switch it to run in Desktop mode by default so websites will always load the desktop version.
Don’t browser away from that dead or broken web page! Use this Firefox add-on instead, used to resurrect dead web pages.
Have you ever wanted to copy all links on a web page while browsing? This Firefox add-on lets you copy all links on a web page in a matter of seconds.
The FindBar Tweak add-on for Firefox lets you instantly search for text in all tabs and windows, as opposed to just a single tab. Here’s how.
If you have a large amount of tabs open in Firefox, wouldn’t it be much easier if you could preview your Firefox tabs just by hovering your mouse over them? Here’s how you can do it.
When you download a file in Firefox, a blank tab will open for no reason. Wouldn’t it be better if it didn’t happen at all. Here’s how to put an end to it.
While there are tons of addons that you can install in Firefox to minimize its memory usage, sometime you may just want to use a simple method without installing yet another extension. Since Firefox 22 there is a native feature that allows you to quickly minimize the memory usage of Firefox.
Chrome and Firefox users have several reliable solutions to protect their online privacy, one of which is aptly named “PrivacyFix”. Let’s see what it has to offer.
Even being a veteran browser, Firefox has not been able to implement the Speed Dial function well. That’s where FVD Speed Dial comes into play. This fully functional Firefox addon fundamentally changes the Speed Dial feature to what it should have been all along.
One of the way to multitask is to pop out videos to new windows so you can watch them and work at the same time. In Firefox, this can be done with PopVideo.
When Firefox introduced the Download Panel in Build 20, they didn’t include any customization options for it. While the Download Panel was a welcome addition to the browser, the add-on Download Panel Tweaks makes it more functional in Firefox.
Disposable email addresses can be used to check out mailing lists, prevent spam and help avoid having to give out your real email address. Bloody Vikings! for Firefox enables you to create disposable email addresses quickly and efficiently within your browser.
We’re always looking for ways to better manage Gmail, whether it’s using Gmail offline or automatically backing up your Gmail attachments to the cloud. If you use Firefox, you can take advantage of Gmail panel to manage your e-mail account in a single panel.
We have often said that you should use a complicated and unique password for each and every of your account. You can do so with the aid of KeePass desktop password manager. This article will show you how to integrate KeePass with Chrome and Firefox in Ubuntu so you don’t have to remember any password again.
When it comes to SSH, it always involves the terminal or a SSH client (like Putty for Windows). This tends to scare people off. What if you can access SSH server from the browser, and with a user-friendly interface? Will that be more attractive to you?
Add-ons make customizing Firefox a near limitless endeavor, but what if you want to customize your add-ons? Wait for it – there’s an add-on for that. Puzzle Piece allows you to customize the addon bar in Firefox. It takes the default Firefox addon bar and shrinks it into a small little panel that can display the same content without the waste.
QR codes are becoming increasingly popular these days. In this article, we will show you how you can quickly create QR codes directly from your browser’s context menu.
The web browser is the most used piece of software on most of our computers, and there are quite a few of them vying for our attention. In this web browsers comparison guide, we will show you the features of the various popular browsers and which one is the best for you.
here are times when you have to open different applications while browsing. In Firefox, you can use the Easy Access add-on to open applications without leaving Firefox.
If you don’t want note-taking apps for simply saving web pages, try this neat Firefox add-on called Temporary Bookmarks. This add-on allows you to bookmark webpages and clear them when you close the browser, or after a specified amount of time.
Do you know you can set multiple websites as the home page in Firefox? Here is how you do it: 1. Go to the “Preferences -> General” section in Firefox. 2. At the Home Page input field, enter the URL of the websites that you want to set as home page, separating each URL with […]
There are tons of ways to make Firefox runs faster. One of the ways is to turn off the tabs animation so the opening and closing of tabs will be immediate and doesn’t take up much memory. In Firefox, open a new tab and type “about:config” in the address bar. Search for “browser.tabs.aimate” and double […]
Most spelling and grammar checkers in word processors spot obvious writing errors, but not the less obvious ones. Slick Write is a web service that analyzes writing errors as well as performs the usual spelling and grammar check.
In Firefox, you can press the “/” key in your keyboard (when your cursor is not in any input field) to quickly activate the Quick Search bar. Alternatively, you can go to “Preferences -> Advanced -> General and tick the box “Search for text when I start typing”. This will allow you to search for […]
Filling out lengthy forms can take up much of our time, especially when the information gets lost after submitting it due to a timeout error or a site crash. Lazarus can help prevent this from happening by saving data on forms and retrieving them for you in case you need to resubmit it.
Browsing through several tabs within a browser can get tedious and confusing at times, especially when you’re skimming through tons of information from different web pages. If you use Firefox, the Tab History Menu add-on can help you see tab history with barely a click of the mouse.
Do you find the scrolling speed in Firefox to be terribly slow? Here is a neat way to fix it.
While most of us are not designer, we do love to customize stuff to our liking, including our browser. Finding the right theme for a browser can be difficult depending on personal taste. Here is where an extension like Stratiform for Firefox comes in handy.
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.
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.
The European Commission has decided the fine on Microsoft over the browser issue is going to be €561 million, or the equivalent of $732 million. That’s quite a hefty fine, and it seems as if they are sending out a warning to all the big technology companies, telling them that the rules will be enforced and that no company is too big to play by the rules.
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.
While Google and Apple have been battling it out to decide who will grab the lion’s share of the smartphone market, Ubuntu and Firefox poised to enter the market and compete with the giants. Is there any more room for new players in the smartphone market?
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.
Evernote is one of the most popular notetaking services that is available on almost every platform. If you are a Gmail user as well, here is a simple and easy way to transfer messages from Gmail to Evernote.
If the availability of Windows apps is what stop you from switching to Linux, here is a large list of open source Linux alternatives apps that could make your transition to Linux easier than you thought possible.
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.