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Top 20 of Best Firefox Addons to Improve Your Web Browsing Experience

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Mozilla Firefox is one of the most widely used web browser with approximately 30% percent of worldwide usage share of web browsers. Do you know what’s the main factor behind the success of Firefox making it stands out from other competitors? Undeniably, I would say it’s the addons or extensions that enhance the browsing functionalities and make it more than just displaying web page. If you are Firefox user, please read though this article.


Today, we would like to show you a list of best rated Firefox add-ons that will not only improve your web browsing experience but also enhance your productivity. You would definitely love these add-ons! Read more…

How to Browse Privately in Google Chrome Using Incognito Mode

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Incognito browsing mode is one of the privacy features offered by Google Chrome. It lets you browse the web in the stealth mode. Any webpages that you open and files downloaded while you are in incognito mode won’t be recorded in your browsing and download histories. All new cookies will be deleted after you close the incognito windows. However, any changes you make to your Google Chrome bookmarks and general settings while in incognito mode are always saved, so you don’t have to worry about changing your settings each time you browse this way. Here’s how to enable incognito mode:


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How to Delete Internet History or Browsing History from Web Browsers – Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome, Apple Safari, and Opera

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Web privacy has always been a concern to Internet users as there are many things that they want to keep private such as websites they visited, information they entered into online forms, searches history, etc. In this article, we are going to show you how to completely and securely delete your Internet history (including browsing history, download history, cache, cookies, form data, etc.) from 5 major web browsers. Just follow the step by step tutorials below to clear your Internet history and free up space and maybe even speed up your computer.


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How to Use Mozilla Firefox to Browse Internet without Saving any Web History, Cookies and Temporary Internet Files

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When you browse the Internet, your web browser will automatically save lots of information for you, such as sites you‘ve visited, files you’ve downloaded and more. However, sometimes you may come across some private things and you don’t want other users of your computer to see this information.


If you are Mozilla Firefox user, you can turn on its Private Browsing feature to browse the Internet without saving any browser history, search history, download history, web form history, cookies and temporary Internet files. Read more…

How to Import or Export Bookmarks and Favorites from Mozilla Firefox

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If you currently use Microsoft Internet Explorer (or any other web browsers) and are considering switching to Mozilla Firefox, you may wonder how you can bring your favorites with you so that you don’t have to recreate them. In fact, importing favorites from Internet Explorer to Firefox and saving them as bookmarks is very easy. Simply follow the tutorial below to get it done within a minute.


In this article, we also provide you tutorials on how to import HTML file into Firefox as well as how to export bookmarks from Firefox. Both of them can be done with just a few clicks. Read more…

How to Place Facebook Chat on Firefox Sidebar

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Do you know that you can place Facebook Chat in your Mozilla Firefox’s sidebar? With this browser-based chat system, you don’t have to open Facebook homepage to see a list of online contacts. Firefox lets you talk with your Facebook friends while reading any web page. If you are a Firefox user just follow these simple steps to get it done.


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How to Choose or Change a Search Engine in Web Browser

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Most web browsers now include a search box on the toolbar. You can search the internet by using the default search engine in the web browser. But what if you are not too impressed with the performance of the default search engine? No problem. Here’s how you change or choose a search engine in the web browser.


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