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10 Firefox Add-ons You Should Not Miss

10 Firefox Add-ons You Should Not Miss

Is Firefox your preferred browser? If you use Firefox, these add-ons are some of the best to consider downloading to help make your browser more useful and efficient – alongside a few add-ons that can even help you to be more efficient, too.

Here are 10 of the best Firefox add-ons currently available to help make your browsing experience even better.

1. Mind The Time

Mind The Time

    Do you feel like you spend too much time on Twitter and Facebook? If you do, Mind The Time is the perfect Firefox add-on to help you be more productive when you’re online. Mind The Time tells you how much time you spend on each site during the day, as well as the total length of time you spent on the web that day.

    2. Resurrect Pages

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    Resurect Pages

      If you hate having to deal with dead pages and broken links, try downloading Resurrect Pages. This handy Firefox add-on does exactly what it says on the tin- it will resurrect pages for you. A useful, time-saving add on.

      3. Tile View

      Tile View

        Tile View allows you to split your Firebox window into multiple browsers in a tile format, so you can view all of your tabs side by side. The best part of this app is that you can save any layouts you make to come back to later! Saving a personalized layout of your most visited sites will make your browsing experience easier and more efficient.

        4. Idderall

        Idderall

          Another Firebox add-on to stop you procrastinating online, Idderall takes it one step further than Mind The Time; it allows you to block distracting websites while you work. This add-on is extra useful because you can choose the times that the websites are blocked – ideal for anyone who uses their laptop or computer for work.

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          5. Reminder Fox

          Reminder Fox

            Never forget anything again with Reminder Fox, a Firefox add-on that displays your reminders and a to-do list. Use alerts and lists to remind you of important dates, and add an online calendar you can use whenever Firefox is open.

            6. OmniSidebar

            OmniSidebar

              Use OmniSidebar to personalize your sidebar and make it more efficient. This add-on allows you to bring your bookmarks into view, make your toolbar smaller, or move your sidebar to the side of your screen. The best part of this add-on is you can enhance your sidebar, and make it more useful to you personally.

              7. Screengrab

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              Screengrab

                Screengrab allows you to save full webpages as images, rather than just the part shown on your screen. This Firefox add-on also allows you to take pictures of particular sections or frames, which you can then save as a file or upload to the internet. Handy!

                8. Keycon Fig

                Keyconfig

                  Keycon Fig is a super useful add-on that allows you to scroll through Firefox quickly and efficiently using keyboard shortcuts. You can scroll backwards and forwards through your internet history, scroll through the tabs you have open, and even zoon in and out.

                  9. The Fox, Only Better

                  The Fox, Only Better

                    If Firefox is your preferred browser, The Fox Only Better is a great add-on for you. The Fox Only Better simply improves your browers, making it faster and more streamlined. There are tons of benefits to this add-on, from giving you extra screen room to allowing you to customise your Firefox.

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                    10. Classic Theme Restorer

                    Classic Theme Restorer

                      Do you miss the old Firefox layout? If so, don’t worry – you can easily go back to it with the Classic Theme Restorer. With the Classic Theme Restorer you can go back to the old squared tabs, menu, add-on bar, alongside many more classic features you love and remember.

                      Do you know any other useful Firefox add-ons? Let us know your ideas in the comment section below!

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