My Favorite Add-ons
About this Collection
These are the Add-ons I always install with Firefox
24 Add-ons in this Collection
Finally, an efficient blocker. Easy on CPU and memory.
LastPass, an award-winning password manager, saves your passwords and gives you secure access from every computer and mobile device.
The best security you can get in a web browser!
Encrypt the web! HTTPS Everywhere is a Firefox extension to protect your communications by enabling HTTPS encryption automatically on sites that are known to support it, even when you type URLs or follow links that omit the https: prefix.
Protects your privacy by blocking spying ads and invisible trackers.
DownThemAll! by Nils Maier, Federico Parodi, others
The first and only download manager/accelerator built inside Firefox!
Protects you against tracking through "free", centralized, content delivery. It prevents a lot of requests from reaching networks like Google Hosted Libraries, and serves local files to keep sites from breaking. Complements regular content blockers.
This is a fork of Mark Tyndall's extension, based on David Bartlett's
British Dictionary R1.19 for Firefox, Thunderbird and SeaMonkey.
It has 39 000+ new words and dozens of fixes.
Download all the links, movies and audio clips of a page at the maximum speed with a single click, using the most popular, lightweight and reliable external download managers.
Get rid of annoying cookie warnings from almost all 'infected' websites!
Session Manager saves and restores the state of all or some windows - either when you want it or automatically at startup and after crashes. It can also automatically save the state of open windows individually.
FireFTP is a free, secure, cross-platform FTP/SFTP client for Waterfox which provides easy and intuitive access to FTP/SFTP servers.
Check out my new project, FireSSH!
Expand your email area by blocking and removing ads on the right hand side of the screen when using Gmail, Hotmail, Outlook.com and Yahoo Mail.
UnMHT allows you to view MHT (MHTML) web archive format files, and save complete web pages, including text and graphics, into a single MHT file in Firefox/SeaMonkey.