Have you been wanting Firefox’s “Flagfox Extension” goodness in Google Chrome? Now you can get it with the Chrome Flags extension.
Want an easy way to remove all the junk from a webpage and retain the formatting so that you can copy/paste or print it out nicely with a single click? See how simple it is with the Clippable Bookmarklet.
Do you want a quicker way to access Chrome’s special pages (instead of using the menus or typing in the special URLs)? Now you can access them easily using a single button with the Chrome Page extension.
Whether you are new to using the Greasemonkey extension for Firefox or a long-time fan, Greasefire provides a quick and easy way to find User Scripts for your favorite websites without having to search userscripts.org.
Are you looking for an easy visual way to manage high numbers of tabs and/or windows in Firefox? Then you will want to see what the Firefox Showcase extension has to offer.
Got some great family photos and looking for a way to make nice collage wallpapers for the upcoming holidays? See how easy it is to do at the Photovisi website.
Do you miss having the Quick Launch Toolbar in Windows 7? Now you can get that functionality back with the highly customizable free utility SE-TrayMenu.
Have you ever needed to access a webpage only to find that the entire website is down? Now you can access the most recent cached version from Google with the Gcache+ extension for Firefox.
Are you looking for a Network Activity Indicator that shows more life than the default one in Windows 7? Now you can get the classic dual monitor icon style version back and see when network activity is occurring.
Do you have a secondary set of links that you like or need to open every day outside of your homepages? See how easy it is to set up that second group with the Multi-Site Opener extension.
Frustrated with never feeling quite certain where a shortened URL is pointing? Now you can see just where those links are directing you with the Verify Redirect extension for Firefox.
Do you want an easy way to see where shortened URLs really lead to in your favorite browser? Then you will want to take a look at the Long URL Please Bookmarklet.
Have you been looking for a quick and easy way to take partial or full screenshots of a webpage in Firefox? Now you can have either type with just a couple of clicks using the Abduction! extension for Firefox.
Does the idea of a “click on – click off” translation bar sound useful? Then you will definitely want to take a look at the Google Translation Bar Bookmarklet.