(as Guest Writer on MakeUseOf.com)
Simple and alphabetical list of the Firefox Add-ons I use on a daily basis…
- Adsense Notifier – Displays your Google Adsense Statistics with easily configurable displays
- AI Roboform Toolbar – I Love and use Roboform, saves my passwords and syncs between Firefox and IE, saving me some hassle (only complaint is it’s not easily sync-able over the Internet)
- All-in-One Sidebar – Simple, easy interface for everything Firefox in Sidebar form…
- FasterFox – Does it really work? Perhaps, either way, it’s always up and active. Supposedly, through several “one click” options, you can speed up Firefox
- FEBE (Firefox Environment Backup Extension) – Quick and Easy Firefox backup for your extensions, user preferences, passwords, etcetera. All configurable and easily schedule the backups.
- Forecast Fox (Enhanced) – I’m a weather dork and radar is the best way to check if precipitation is coming. This updated version has great large radar maps.
- Google Toolbar – Not really an “add-on”, but it’s an essential…
- Minimize To Tray – I Love the ability to minimize any program and keep it running into my system tray. Simple configurable options too.
- ScreenGrab! – This tool has come in handy countless times, right click the screen and you can Save OR Copy “Complete Page”, “Viewable Portion” or “Selection” in PNG or JPEG format
- StumbleUpon Toolbar – Love it, Stumble It, Enjoy It
So, That’s it, I don’t use AdBlockers or GreaseMonkey, I like to keep it simple. If there is something so amazing out there, please do feel free to let me know…