- Rated 5 out of 5by InternetUser111, 3 years agoI would not be able to do my Job without this extension! Thank you!!!!!
- Rated 5 out of 5by dev/null, 3 years agoVery useful and much better than Firefox's original multi-container add-on
- Rated 5 out of 5by blankon, 3 years agosmart extension, out of thebox...
make life more efficent,
wort it to 5 stars and donation to make developer rich....
- Rated 5 out of 5by Manuel, 3 years agoSo far so good. I tried it out with a website that limits stories per month, and this came pretty handy. I will recommend this extension to my acquaintances.
- Rated 5 out of 5by atreyu, 3 years agoExcellent addon! And thanks to the author for rapid user support :)
- Rated 5 out of 5by Aleksandr, 3 years agoA good solution to improve online privacy with regards to cookies. I do not know so much whether this helps with other forms of tracking such as fingerprinting.
This extension basically opens a cookie-free tab for each website I visit apart from websites I set up to open in a dedicated container (using Multi-Account Containers). Integration with Multi-Account Containers is seamless.
- Rated 5 out of 5by Termy, 3 years agoMust have addon for privacy minded folks ( best in combination with Multi-Account Containers as described in the wiki)
Thanks so much! :D
- Rated 5 out of 5by CryptiiKat$, 3 years agoI didn't know I needed temp containers until I started using them, but now I'm kicking myself for how long it took me to hop on the bandwagon. It's not a complicated idea, and this add-on in particular makes the experience streamlined from the initial installation. Your grandma is probably more tech savvy than I am, which means that if I managed to figure this out, it's a testament to how intuitive and breezy Temporary Containers is by nature. As an added bonus, I'm much more productive when I use temp containers. When I'm researching a topic or working on a project, it's typical for me to be pulling data from dozens of different sources, which gets cluttered and overwhelming pretty fast. Using temp containers is a quick way to keep all of my pages, notes, and links organized without sacrificing the privacy of my digital footprint.
- Rated 5 out of 5by Alex, 3 years agoI looked through my cookies recently and was surprised to see almost none in there, then I realized that was because this extension is helping me to throw out so much irrelevant data. Thanks!