Friday, November 12, 2010

FastestFox : Browse with endless pages

Just want to share with you my favorite add-ons for Mozilla Firefox and Google Chrome. These add-ons are packed of  features that will make your browsing the web easier and faster. They are called FastestChrome for Google Chrome browser and FastestFox for Mozilla Firefox browsers (not so obvious hehe). Anyway, below are the list of features. If you want to install these add-ons, simply click on the icon below and follow the onscreen instructions.

Click your browser above
 After the installation, restart the Google Chrome or Firefox.

You should see the icon like the one below if your installation is successful.

Here are the features:

Endless Page - automatically loads the next page just before you reach the end so you don't have to click "Next" or wait


Wikipedia sidebar - SmarterFox adds a "related articles" sidebar to the left side of Wikipedia.

Popup bubble -The popup bubble appears when you select (or "highlight") some text on a web page. Clicking on it will take you to the Wikipedia article for that term or if no such article exists, a Google search for that term. You also have the option of using the right-click context menu. 


Enhanced Awesomebar - SmarterFox extends the Awesomebar (also called the URL bar) so that Google search results automatically appear as you type. This way you do not have to click though to Google in order to search.

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