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Since the Firefox 13 update, when you open a new tab, it displays the frequently visited sites page. If you’d rather they open to a blank page, setting it up is easy.
Disconnect is an extension for Chrome, Safari, and Firefox that prevents sites like Digg, Facebook, Google, Twitter, Yahoo, and more from tracking you.
Mad because Google Reader is shutting down? Feedly is a great alternative to manage your RSS feeds. It works with Chrome, Firefox, Safari, Android, and iOS.
Have you ever accidentally closed a tab in your browser? Here’s the quickest way to bring the tab back in Chrome and Firefox with a keyboard shortcut.
Notepad be gone, now when you’re surfing the web you can browse and take notes within your browser. Um, just be sure to save it!
If you’re bored at work and want to humor your co-workers, try out some of these Firefox about commands and other fun tricks they might not be aware of.
Here’s a handy Firefox extensions that allow you to easily encrypt email messages, and it will work with most web-based email providers.
If you forget your site password, rather than going through the reset password hassle here’s how to show hidden passwords with a simple HTML browser tip.
Mozilla has announced version 1.0 of the Firefox OS Simulator. This lets you test out the upcoming mobile OS directly from your Firefox browser.
Good news for Mozilla Firefox users that also use Facebook. Firefox now integrates the Facebook Messenger, so you can chat without leaving your current tab.
Firefox App Tabs are a great feature, but keeping track of them if a site doesn’t have a favicon or if two sites have the same one is confusing.
Do you live in a country that blocks access to popular sites like Pandora or Google Play? The Proxmate add-on makes it easy to access them by proxy.
In Firefox, sometimes you just need to delete the cookies for a single site. Here’s an easy to use feature in the browser that allows you to do it.