Have you ever felt really frustrated with webpages that are a non-stop series of “Next” links? Now you can combine all those pages into a single one with PageZipper.
Have you been looking for a way to display the Status Bar in Firefox only when you need it? Now you can start enjoying that auto-hide goodness with the autoHideStatusbar extension.
Have you ever noticed that you normally can not enable Aero in a Windows 7 or Vista virtual machine? The latest VMware Player beta lets you do just that, and we have a full walk-through on how to accomplish it.
Have you ever wanted a vertical bookmarks toolbar instead of a horizontal one? Then consider your wish granted with the Vertical Bookmarks Toolbar extension for Firefox.
Do you only need occasional “easy access” to the Menu Bar in Firefox but want it hidden the rest of the time? Then you can enjoy the best of both worlds with the Hide Menubar extension for Firefox.
Are you tired of small text areas in web forms and wish that you could simply make them bigger? Say goodbye to those small text areas with the Textarea++ extension for Firefox.
Looking to add new toolbar buttons that are not included in the default set? Then you will certainly enjoy the variety of buttons that are available with the Toolbar Buttons extension for Firefox.
Do you find searching through your browser’s history frustrating because the default History Menu & Manager are not as intuitive as you need? Now you can make that history easier to search through with the History Submenus extension.
Are you looking for a clean looking start page or new tab page for your browser without all the clutter? Then New Tab Page just might be what you are looking for.
Aggravated with having to view webpage source code in external windows? Get rid of all those extra windows and enjoy viewing your source code in tabs with the Source Viewer Tab extension for Firefox.
Do you wish there was a way to combine all that Wolfram Alpha and Google goodness together when you search for something? Now you can with the Wolfram Alpha Google extension for Firefox.
Do you wish there was a way to reduce the user interface in Firefox to get some precious screen real-estate back? Now you can with the Compact Menu 2 extension.
Do you have your Menu Toolbar hidden (or disabled) but want a quick way to access the history for your tabs? Now you can with the Tab Session History extension for Firefox.
Looking for a quick and easy way to add bookmarks to your Delicious account? Now you can with the post 2 del.icio.us extension for Firefox.
Do you like the colored tab grouping feature in Internet Explorer and wish that Firefox had that too? Enjoy setting up your favorite tab color scheme with the FlagTab extension for Firefox.
Do you have a wide monitor and a desire to make efficient use of it while browsing with Firefox? Now you can set up your browser window just the way that you want with the Split Browser extension.
Want to have all of your notes, todo lists, calendar, and contacts accessible in a single easy to use program? Then AM-Notebook Lite just might be the program that you have been looking for.
Do you love the idea of having IE Tab integration in Firefox but wish that there were more features? Now you can enjoy that IE Tab integration along with the addition of cookie synchronization and access to Adblock Plus.
Are you annoyed by the New Tab button in Firefox and are looking for a way to remove it? Now you can with the Remove New Tab Button extension.
Would you prefer to manage your add-ons in the Sidebar instead of a separate window? Now you can with the Add-ons Sidebar extension for Firefox.
Have you been looking for a quick and easy way to add images to your Photobucket account? Now you can with the Photobucket Uploader extension for Firefox.
Looking for a good stand alone document editor that is not light on features? Then you will want to take a good look at PolyEdit Lite which is a free word processor for Windows systems.
Looking for a convenient and easy way to access basic settings on your Windows system? Default Programs Editor provides that access in an easy-to-use interface.
Would you like to see more information about the files you download in Firefox? The Download Panel extension for Firefox provides additional information that you can review as you are downloading different files.
Do you like the idea of accessing your Google Reader RSS feed directly from your desktop? Today we look at ReadAir, which is an OSX themed desktop client for Google Reader and built on Adobe Air.