August 22, 2006
Dear CNET members,
A while back, the CNET Download.com team asked our members what some of your favorite Firefox extensions are, and you responded heartily with excellent choices that allowed us to narrow down all of your suggestions to a list of 10. But if you missed that boat, no worries--we've created a new discussion just for you to tell us, and to tell all, what some of your favorites are. As it stands today, there are hundreds and hundreds of extensions to choose from, and who knows what's hot and what's not? So if you're a Firefox user and you've added one or many Firefox plug-ins to make your browsing experience king, help out your community by telling us what your favorite Firefox extension is and why it goes down in your books as your favorite. I'm sure many of us, including me, are always looking for undiscovered extensions to try out. In addition to submitting your favorites, vote on other members' submissions as well so that we can get an overall picture of what are truly members' favorites and maybe even the best plug-ins available out there!
This week's hot topic:
Your favorite Firefox extensions
As of today, there are Firefox browser extensions galore. But with so many choices, who knows what's good and what's not? After reading Download.com's latest discussion, "What's your favorite Firefox extension?", many of our members chimed in to tell us
DownThemAll is one of my favorites
CNET member fun2program8 gives the DownThemAll plug-in a big thumbs-up; he explains it is a fantastic advanced download manager that is able to download links or images contained in a Web page so that he can refine his downloads and customize it to get only what he really wants.
Read fun2program8's full post
Mouse gestures plug-in is CNET member Iceha's pick. He says that this extension saves him a lot of time by allowing him to right-click and move the mouse in a certain way to perform a task that normally would require moving the mouse across the screen to complete.
Read Iceha's full post
IE Tab--best of both worlds
While this is a simple extension, CNET member simdan explains that this plug-in allows you open Web pages displayed in the format of Internet Explorer--inside the Firefox browser--which makes it great for checking browser compatibility and working with sites that perform only for IE.
Read simdan's full post
Which Firefox extension do you consider tops? Is there just one or a variety of plug-ins that you always use to make your browsing experience the best it can be? Read the latest CNET Download.com discussion "What's your favorite Firefox extension?" and share with us why those extensions make your hit list.
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