Recently, Mozilla has published a list of the top 12 Firefox extensions of 2012. Unlike the majority of such recommendations, the following post actually includes a couple of new and less known extensions. Mostly because it’s one add-on per month rather than the top 12 extensions by downloads. So, grab that mouse of yours and start clicking.
Here is a list of the more useful ones:
A simple add-on that will autocorrect various typos in the address bar, such as: google.con, etc.
If a simple “DNT” setting is not good enough, here is something even better: an extension that tells you what sites tried to track you, what technologies they use and most importantly, an ability to block them.
This is the opposite of a productivity tool. Ever dreamed about getting achievements for using Firefox? Now you can.
Remember big blue dots from the earlier Opera builds? The ones that notify you about new Facebook messages and such? Here is an improved version for Firefox.
As the name implies, it’s a sidebar for Firefox. Can’t get simpler than that.
Anything else? Let us know. And in case you are looking for more, check the original post.
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