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September 16, 2006

Firefox – Making the best better

Filed under: internet, software, tech — bardicknowledge @ 12:00 pm

If you are a fan of firefox, you must already know half of this, but if you are new to this glorious web browser, or haven’t heard of it yet, I am going to help you get the only thing set up with what I think are the top add-ons!

Now before I start you first need to get Firefox, so go here and download it. Next I would like to explain what add-ons are. the add-ons for Firefox are small programs that run with the browser allowing you to do a nubmer of things.

So onto the add-ons!

Before starting, go get the nightly tester tools. You’ll need to download 1.04 version of the extension if you are using Firefox 1.5.0.7 or less.

1)Fasterfox – This add-ons will actually increase the speed speed of the browser, making everyone happy, except servers, depending on your setting. Go with optimum settings.

2)Foxmarks – This will allow you to take your bookmarks anywhere with you! This is a great add-on if you do a lot of pc hopping and want your bookmarks with you all the time.

3)DownThemAll! – Here is a great little download manager/accelerator. Give it a hook if you download a lot of files from the nets.

4)VideoDownloader – Spend a lot of time watching internet videos or listening to music. Wouldn’t it be better if you could have those videos/music files on your pc all the time! Well you can with this!

5)Forecast Fox – Need to know what the weather is going to be like as you’re checking the bus times on the net? Well this lets you see what the curret and upcoming weather will be like.

Hope this helps your browsing expereince! Please leave a comment, be it thanks, hate or suggestions!

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3 Comments »

  1. Help me please…
    I just installed Firefox 2.0, and all of a sudden, my username/password isn't being inserted in the signon window (it always was before). I tried the usual suspects–I did not mistakenly tell FF not to remember the password for this site; and I also tried the remember password bookmarklet, but all to no avail–FF will not ask me to remember this password. What do I need to do to get around this?

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