Mozilla Firefox, maybe the second most used browser in the World behind Google Chrome (not counting Internet Explorer).
That however does not mean the browser is devoid of bugs, in fact there are plenty of those, but mostly caused by the add-ons which we use.
Recently my friend reported that his Firefox crashed, and after he opened the browser, he said that the close button was missing in every single tab. I asked him if he saw an X button at the end of the tabs (on the right), and it was not there.
Tip: You can close individual Firefox tabs by hovering over a tab, and pressing the middle button on the mouse (the scroll-wheel). Alternatively you can also [...]
A few days ago, we came across some rather interesting (yet unconfirmed) news. It was a Tweet from a user, who posted screenshots of an upcoming feature in Microsoft Edge, extensions.
The images revealed the first extensions for the new browser in Windows 10, one for Reddit, and the other for Pinterest.
The Redmond Company had apparently jumped the gun, and accidentally posted the Microsoft Extensions repository. Not surprisingly, the page was quickly pulled. But that’s not the interesting news.
Thurrot.com reports that the popular add-on, AdBlock Plus has officially posted on its website, that it will soon be releasing the extension for Microsoft [...]
Mozilla has announced that it will be moving the built-in feature Pocket partially.
The browser maker integrated the reading service, into its browser Firefox 38.0.5, which was released in June this year.
While it’s a good web service, the move was met with severe criticism from users. The backlash was triggered by the simple fact that not everyone uses Pocket. So why did Mozilla think it would be a brilliant idea to integrate the third party service in the browser? Live and learn I: guess.
And learn it has, as a new announcement made on the bug tracking service, Bugzilla, reveals that Firefox will soon come without Pocket as a feature. Instead, [...]
Ad blocking, is a bit of an ethical conundrum. While it keeps the user safe from malware, and also save data bandwidth, it does prevents content publishers from earning their hard-earned money.
That being said, let’s take a look at the three best ad-blocker add-ons for Firefox and Chrome.
All three add-ons listed below are “No Restart” extensions, meaning the browser need not be restarted. Just install and use immediately
The popular add-on on the block, this one is now the go to add-on for many. The one-click whitelist feature for webpages, with the huge toggle button looks a little bizarre to be honest. But nevertheless, [...]