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BrowserSafer serves as a necessary component and safeguard too many of your computer’s functions. Check out these simple tips to make your security impenetrable.
Live new tab page: living photos in your browser, weather, to-do list, and bookmark tiles
An elegant in-page login manager similar to Opera's Wand login (Android and e10s Friendly).
Easy and quick search for books, music, videos in torrents.
Smart HTTPS Featured
Automatically changes HTTP addresses to the secure HTTPS, and if loading encounters error, reverts it back to HTTP.
Tab Reloader (Page Reloader) Featured
An easy-to-use tab reloader with custom reloading time settings for individual tabs
Detects and automatically closes duplicate tabs.
This Firefox add-on arranges tabs in a vertical rather than horizontal fashion.
Vertical Tabs Reloaded is a fork of Vertical Tabs, which was unfortunately discontinued.
Flat material theme. Minimal paddings, minimal borders, minimal colors.
This Add-on sets your default Search to Yahoo, and it brings a fresh look to every new tab page, powered by Yahoo.
Explore the world one tab at a time.
Stops YouTube autoplay intelligently.
Provides quick access to AOL.com, one of the Web's top destinations for news, entertainment, local, video, email and more!
A basic office online addon
An add-on that allows colouring Firefox in a Vivaldi style fashion.
Easily set a custom zoom level for each website (or all websites)
This add-on brings back the ability to change the page which is shown when opening a new tab.
Alters the Ctrl+Tab hotkeys so that they cycle through all tabs in the order of their activation recency, much like the Alt+Tab hotkey does on the operating system level. When the active tab is closed, the most-recently active tab is selected.
Ever wish you could only CERTAIN websites from your history without deleting it EVERYTHING? Because honestly, what's more suspicious than always clearing your history after you've used the computer?