Archive for the ‘firefox’ Category
Opera 10, the browser’s latest incarnation, ships with a visual tab bar that displays thumbnail previews when you expand it. This feature is particularly sleek and makes the browser even more beautiful.
Windows 7 has a neat jumplist feature that allows programs to create links to application-specific tasks from the right click menu that appears when you click on the minimized window button in the taskbar.
The Firefox interface isn’t particulary optimized for widescreen monitors. You can’t customize it much for better a widescreen experience using the default options, but there are many addons that you can use to tweak the interface if you’re on a widescreen monitor.
Continuing our coverage of the most useful, latest, and workplace addons for Firefox, here is a list of five Firefox addons that can add a range of new features particularly tailored for Firefox running on a widescreen monitor. These addons can enhance Firefox for optimal usage on a widescreen and also add some fun elements that suit a widescreen monitor. Have a look:
Do you frequently browse social networking sites when you’re at work? Do you also fear getting embarrassed in front of your colleagues or boss for opening inappropriate sites when you really have you be working? Check out these five Firefox extensions that could save you in times of crisis.
We all love Firefox for the sheer number of extensions that can be added to it. There are plenty of brilliant yet unpopular extensions that have been written about before.
This time around, let’s peep in and check out some recently developed addons for Firefox â€“ most of them are experimental versions that require you to sign up to the Firefox addons site to download and use them (If you don’t want to create an account there, use any of these credentials to login to the site). If some addons are incompatible with your Firefox version, follow these steps to make them compatible.
Greasemonkey scripts enhance web pages and add additional functionality to them. Greasemonkey works with Firefox. You can download plenty of Greasemonkey scripts from userscripts.org to spice up websites.
The following Greasemonkey scripts add useful functions to Google’s pages, specifically Web search pages. Have a look at them â€“ they could well improve your productivity.
I’m sure your Firefox is dressed up in a pretty neat theme of your choice. Why not you guys try some of these minimalist themes? I’ve compiled a list of Firefox themes that really look simple, subtle and are not really showy. You should really check them out.
If you’ve run into a problem with an IE addon, and want to be able to use Internet Explorer as usual, you can disable the addons and run Internet Explorer without any addons.
Yes, not the usual list with extensions that you’re already using. These are 10 very useful, not-so-popular Firefox extensions that I’m assuming you don’t know.