On its own Firefox is a pretty remarkable Internet browser. Most Internet users have found it to be more reliable and user friendly than Internet Explorer. The really great thing about Firefox is that as remarkable as it already is, users have the option to make it even better. This can be done by activating just a few simple add-ons.
If you’re anything like me, you’re going to definitely want to think about including the URL fixer that Firefox came up with. It’s a remarkable device. After you’ve added it to your set up, you’ll never have to worry about where the URL is going to take you, because the add-on fixes any spelling mistake you make. For the first time ever, my tendency of typing faster than I can spell no longer sends me on wild goose chases through websites I didn’t want to visit. The add-on catches and corrects my error and I get where I need to go.
It’s in your best interest to check out the add-on do not track plus. Firefox knows just how irritating the cookies websites attach to your computer can be and has done a pretty good job of making it impossible for any website you don’t like to track your internet travels. The do not track plus add on makes things even better.
Collusion is an add-on that Firefox has introduced to the world that everyone should seriously consider. Most of us know that we’re being tracked by certain websites, but few of us actually know which sites those might be. Thanks to Collusion you no longer have to worry. The site lets you see exactly who attached a cookie to your hard drive.
The right add-ons make your time on the internet even more enjoyable.