Enable & Disable HTML5 In Firefox With HTML5 Toggle

HTML5 is the probable replacement of HTML (Hypertext Markup Language), which is the core markup language of the internet. However, HTML5  is still in its initial stage of development and therefore, some websites do not work when HTML5 support is enabled on a browser such as Firefox 4. A common example includes the issues that users are facing with Windows Live Mail due to Firefox Four’s HTML 5 support. HTML5 Continue Reading →

Block Ads On Android Devices With AdBlock Plus


AdBlock Plus is a famous browser extension available for all major browsers including Firefox, Chrome, Opera and Safari. A while back AdBlock for Internet Explorer was also released. Recently, an Android version of AdBlock Plus has been made available on the Google Play store. Like previous versions, Adblock for Android is available for free and you can install it on your Android device in the form of an app.

Locate Required Information From Webpages Easily With Browseye

Browseye is an extension for Firefox, Chrome And Safari that helps quickly locate relevant data from webpages by hiding irrelevant content. Browseye is basically an extended version of the CTRL+F command with more convenient options to identify relevant information from within a webpage by highlighting paragraphs and chunks of text that contain the defined content.

How To Change Default Search in Firefox After Browser Is Hijacked


There comes a time when one finds worthy software that is available for free. Just when you think that this is too good to be true, you realize that it is! Such software are often packed with a half-baked code and Adware (not entirely illegal to use), which ends up hijacking your browser. This means that your default browser search (usually Google) is taken over by an unknown and annoying Continue Reading →

How To Install Flash On Google Nexus 7

So you want Flash on your Google Nexus 7? In the wake of the advent of HTML5, Flash is being considered as obsolete. However, getting rid of Flash is easier said than done. No matter which browser you use or what plug-ins you install, the need for Flash inevitably springs up every now and then. Unfortunately, Flash does not come by default in the Nexus 7 tablet, however it is Continue Reading →

Switch Between Multiple Proxy Servers In Firefox With EasyZoomProxy

Some corporations have multiple proxy servers for interconnected networks that are associated via NAT (Network Address Translation) and VLANs (Virtual Local Area Network). Many universities and organizations also use multiple proxy servers. Moreover, in order to allow servers to query an upstream server’s cache before calling the internet, proxy chains are created. This is particularly the case for branch offices and geographically separated (mobile) parts of an organization. However, it Continue Reading →

Backup & Restore Firefox, Chrome, Opera, Safari, IE Settings & Data With FavBackup

It can be quite annoying when one require re-configuring browser settings after the installation or re-installation of a browser on a computer. This problem can however, be easily avoided by using FavBackup. It is a free software that provides an easy to use mechanism for backing up and restoring browser data for famous browsers, including Mozilla Firefox, Chrome, Internet Explorer, Opera, Safari and Flock . FavBackup provides a simple wizard Continue Reading →

Easily Sort And Beautify Your Tabs in Mozilla Firefox With Colorful Tabs


If you are tired of seeing your tabs in the same old dull color and find it difficult to sort your tabs, then it might be time to add some color to them. Colorful Tabs is a Mozilla Firefox add-on that beatifies your tabs with multiple colors , which makes them easier to sort. Once installed, this extension automatically adds different colors to your opened tabs which you can also Continue Reading →

Manage All Google Plus Options In A Single Menu With Google+ Manager

Google+ Manager is a Mozilla Firefox extension which allows managing Google Plus options from a single drop down menu, adds extra features and provides hotkey support to perform regular functions. once this extension is installed, it displays a new button which acts as a drop down menu which contains all existing and additional options for Google Plus. Continue Reading →

Resolve Firefox Flash Issues In Ubuntu & Debian Linux With FlashAid

Flash issues have been quite frequent on Ubuntu and Debian computers. Flash-Aid is a Firefox extension for Ubuntu and DebianLinux users which helps remove conflicting Firefox Flash plugins and provides the option to install appropriate Flash versions. You can also use Flash-Aid to apply some tweaks to improve flash playback performance and for fixing common issues.