One of my favorite features of the Google Chrome browser is the omnibar. You can type a web address or you can simply type in keywords to perform a search. With a little bit of tweaking, you can also perform Google searches from the Firefox toolbar. Read on to learn how.
Perform Google Searches from Firefox Toolbar
Firefox is already pretty fast when loading, but what if you could make it load even faster? That’s where Firefox Preloader comes in. This nifty program will pre-load some of the components that Firefox uses, so it loads up instantly. Check it out.
Speed Up Firefox with Firefox Preloader
Here’s how you can easily add extra bookmarks toolbars to Firefox.
How to Add Extra Bookmarks Toolbars in Firefox
This guide tells you how you can open multiple links at once in Firefox and Google Chrome.
How to Open Multiple Links at Once in Firefox and Chrome
Check this article to see how you can make your delicious bookmarks appear in the Firefox awesome bar search results.
How To Make Your Delicious Bookmarks Appear In Firefox Awesome Bar Auto-Search
In our experiment, the browser started and pages loaded about ~10% faster.
SpeedyFox v1.4.2 by CrystalIdea
Want to make sure you’re not leaving any trace of your browsing while in Firefox? If so, you should make sure you are using Private Browsing. It’s like IE’s InPrivate and Chrome’s Incognito. Learn more.
Firefox Private Browsing
If you still like to read content on paper and you tend to print out web pages for future reading, then you will love Clippable. It’s a free Firefox and IE add-on that cleans up a webpage so that when you print it, you only get the content and not the other junk.
Make a Webpage Printer Friendly
Have a crapload of bookmarks in Firefox? By default, there are not many options for sorting bookmarks in Firefox. Luckily, there are tons of add-ons. SortPlaces is an awesome one that lets you sort by different criteria automatically.
Sort Firefox Bookmarks By Name or Folder