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7 Best Firefox Extensions That Digital Marketers Should Install Now

7 Best Firefox Extensions That Digital Marketers Should Install Now

🕔11:58, 28.Jun 2016

What connects a user with the digital world? It is a browser, and that’s a given…duh! To digital marketers, browsers are more than a tool for surfing. It is an ideal tool for taping into the endless resources available on

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Use Mouse Gestures to Switch Tabs in Firefox

Use Mouse Gestures to Switch Tabs in Firefox

🕔23:55, 25.Sep 2013

TabFlip  is designed to let you flip through tabs via holding right-click mouse button and then moving the cursor in the horizontal direction, saving you the trouble of having to take the mouse cursor to the tab bar for switching between

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Reset Web Browser To Default Settings

Reset Web Browser To Default Settings

🕔03:05, 12.Sep 2013

Resetting your browser to its default state can often fix problems. For example, a program you install may change your search engine, install toolbars, and do other unwelcome things. Or you may have accidentally changed advanced settings on your own.

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How to Embed Firefox Home Page Bar In The New Tab Page

How to Embed Firefox Home Page Bar In The New Tab Page

🕔05:42, 7.Jul 2013

With the arrival of speed dial, Firefox users have to choose between the new tab page and the home page. New newtab tab is a Firefox add-on that makes the choice easier to make. It adds the options toolbar that you see

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Easily Add Social Network Feeds to Your Email Sidebar

Easily Add Social Network Feeds to Your Email Sidebar

🕔06:40, 25.May 2013

PowerInbox is an extension for Chrome, Firefox, Safari and Internet Explorer that adds a sidebar to your Gmail, Outlook, and Yahoo! mailboxes that lets you keep an eye on Twitter, LinkedIn, Facebook, Instagram and more. This extension lets you keep up

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Firefox OS Smartphones Go on Sale Tomorrow

🕔18:22, 23.Apr 2013

  While hardware giants such as ZTE, Alcatel, LG, Huawei and Sony have publicly committed to building and distributing phones running Mozilla’s HTML5-powered Firefox OS, the first company to actually go to marketwith Firefox OS devices (albeit only developer preview handsets for now) is a bootstrapped Spanish

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