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Are extensions the killer feature in Firefox?


I’ve used IE7 a bit. It’s slow, but sometimes Firefox is too. It has tabs, it’s relatively secure compared to IE6, it has a pop-up blocker built in, it has pretty decent cookie and password management built in. In a nutshell, it has many of the same features that Firefox has had in it’s basic form. What it doesn’t have are extensions that allow me to keep an eye on Gmail or the weather, add technorati tags to Blogger posts, create a TinyURL or add something to my link blog with a right-click. I get all that, and a bunch more, from extensions.

Tags: Firefox, IE7, extensions

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  1. I think they are most useful. I have had only a few issues with them. I have also started experimenting with Flock of the late and it is very similar.

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