- Autor: 3ventic, 3 miesiące temuOcena: 5/5Super simple to use with its clearly colorcoded tabs and UI actions, and good at what it promises: allowing multiple accounts on the same site in the same window (very useful when I need to switch between testing accounts for something I'm developing or trying out), and increasing privacy by containing your login and tracking cookies to the specific sites you use within the container without compromising convenience, as is the case with about:profiles.
- Autor: NGineer, 3 miesiące temuOcena: 5/5Must have add-on for developers, power users, anyone who has multiple accounts on web sites / services, privacy conscious users and anyone who is aware of cookies and other more advanced tracking methods and want to keep activities separate (ex. Work, Personal, Development, Anonymous, etc.)
- Autor: Ilya Pirogov, 3 miesiące temuOcena: 3/5It's destructive now. E.g. after I added accounts.google.com to permanent container it stopped worked at all, I just can't login to anywhere. And no ways to remove it from permanent containers. So I have to remove this extension.
- Autor: Cyberknight, 3 miesiące temuOcena: 5/5This extension was, originally, part of Firefox. I kind of understand the reasoning behind removing it and making it into an independent add-on (faster updating, independent development etc.), but I fear some day Firefox will drop it altogether, like it did with other technologies (let's not talk about WebSQL and the amazing beast that was XUL).
Anyway, this is an essential extension, full of features (don't forget to check its options for more essential features that come disabled by default, for whatever reason) and very light. There are lots of reasons for not leaving Firefox for other browsers, and this is surely one of them!