This is my I-can't-live-without collection of Firefox extensions for computer and Internet Power Users. It intentionally excludes extensions specific to software and web development.
Allows you to hide almost anything via context menu 'Remove Object'.
Collector's Note Good for hiding unwanted dialogs and such for printing or saving a web page.
Import/Export extension preferences
Collector's Note Helps you backup/restore Firefox extension settings (use with FEBE).
CoLT (short for "Copy Link Text") makes it easy to copy either a link's text, or both the link text and its URL in a format you specify. This non-invasive extension simply appears as context menu items when you right-click a link. Fully customizable!
Collector's Note This is essential any time you participate in an on-line forum (or even when sending an email) and want to quickly share a properly formatted hypertext link. This is a real time saver.
The Feed Sidebar is an extension for Firefox that displays the items from your Live Bookmarks in the sidebar.
Collector's Note This add-on, or one like it, is almost requirement to make RSS feeds usable in Firefox, especially if you are migrating from Internet Explorer and were a heavy user of IE's RSS feed handling.
This extension adds a button ("Dump list") to the Add-ons window. When this button is pressed, a new window is opened with the list of installed extensions, themes or plugins...
Collector's Note Adds a "Dump List" button above the Extensions sidebar list, which lets you produce reports of all your installed Firefox add-ons. The report is very well done and contains all the pertinent details about each extension, including live links to the add-on's page and the author's website. Reports can be produced in several different formats, including: HTML, CSV, TXT, BBCode.
Use Windows and Internet Explorer Favorites directly from Firefox. No need to import, export or synchronize - the same Favorites appear...
Collector's Note This makes switching between IE and Firefox browsers on the same PC much easier. But for several PCs, I also recommend XMarks.
[WINDOWS ONLY] Open selected registry key directly in the registry editor from context menu.
Collector's Note Great for inspecting Windows registry settings posted on web sites. Simply highlight the registry key and select "Open in RegEdit" from the browser context menu. Saves loads of time.
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