Top 10 Must-Have Browser Extensions
Your browser of alternative may have changed a lot in the past year, luckily the best extensions for making your browser have also upgraded itself. Here are our must-have favorites.
- Web of Trust (WOT)
Web of Trust, or WOT, is a browser extension that’s designed to help you browse more safely. As soon as you search online, WOT accesses its database to see approximately how safe your search results really are.
- Google Translate
Web translation services are exceptionally helpful as soon as you run into a site written in a language you don’t speak.
AutoCopy will automatically copy it to the clipboard, what makes AutoCopy really worthwhile (for me, anyway) is the option to copy without formatting.
- Better Gmail
Gmail’s great, but it’s not perfect, which is why Better Gmail was born—to answer the need for additional features.
As soon as you’re shopping online, you’re probably accustomed to searching for the lowest price. PriceBlink will show up if it can save you money. I
There are times as soon as you just do not want to sign up for an account. BugMeNot is an extension that uses the BugMeNot web site to retrieve login credentials for the site you’re visiting.
- Tab Cloud
Tab Cloud is an excellent extension for managing your browser tabs on a single computer or across multiple machines.
Lets you keep Flash installed on your computer but prevents Flash content from loading by means ofout your expressed permission. The upside is that Flash will never run without your intervention, though you can whitelist specific sites that you’d prefer Flash always works on.
- Greasemonkey / Greasemetal
LastPass is an amazing password manager. Actually, it may be better described as a personal data manager.