The Best Firefox Extensions Everyone Should Use

The Best Firefox Extensions Everyone Should Use

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If you use Firefox, you can make it a better browser by installing add-ons. Yes, that’s what Mozilla calls them – they’re talking about what everyone else calls them”extensions. » No matter what you call them, there are good ones that can help you do it all.from improving your privacy to circumventing restrictions you will meet on the internet.

A note: Jthough there is hundreds good supplements, beware of installing too many at once. Going too far might actually jeopardize your privacy and slow down in your browser. Although we recommend useful add-ons here, always check the permissions requested by these extensions before installing them. Some of these add-ons request access to all the websites you visit. Although this permission is necessary for them to work, it is also a sign that if the developers go rogue, your private data could be exposed. While installing these kinds of features, you always face a compromise between privacy and convenience, so think about the usefulness of any add-ons for you before installing it.

uBlock Origin

JTo reduce internet tracking, look no further than uBlock Origin. It has a solid set of default settings that blocks all kinds of internet trackers and annoyances. You can also watch advanced uBlock original settings to make it even more robust.

VScorrectly configured, uBlock Origin can stop problems cookie noticeblock trackers, remove tracking information from URLs, and more.

600% loudness

600% loudness gives you the ability to adjust the volume of individual tabs. As the name suggests, it can boost the volume of any tab up to 600% and lets you maintain a different volume level for each tab. For example, yYou can use this add-on to keep messaging app alerts at a lower volume than your YouTube videos.


Speaking of YouTube, uBlock Origin takes care of blocking ads before videos load, but it can’t do anything about in-app promotions. Many YouTubers spend a lot of time trying to get you to buy merchandise or use their sponsor’s products. If these referrals annoy you, SponsorBlock can automatically skip these promotionss.

Absolute Enable right click and copy

Many websites block basic functions such as right click, copy or paste. You can bypass these blockages by using Absolute Enable right click and copy. This add-on will allow you to easily paste account numbers and other extremely long stuff on banking websites.

dark reader

Much of the internet prefers light backgrounds. For those who prefer to use a dark theme on all websites, dark reader is a great option.

Facebook container

It is common knowledge that Meta and all the websites it owns are bad for your privacy. If you must continue to use the Company’s products, you should consider using Facebook container. This add-on keeps all your Facebook data in a container and prevents Meta from tracking you across the internet.

To do the same thing for several different websites, you can use Firefox multi-account container.

Bypass Twitter Login

Now that Twitter is in meltdown mode, try Bypass Twitter Login to browse the site without logging in. It’s a great way to watch the drama unfold without signing up or logging into your inactive account (if you can even manage to do it).


Local-CDN prevents unnecessary third-party requests to Google and other content delivery networks (CDNs). It emulates multiple frameworks as local resources, which speeds up your browsing and reduces unnecessary pings to CDNs.

Increased steam

Steam is the most popular online storefront for PC games. If you are browsing Steam on Firefox, you need to install Increased steam to see useful information such as historical pricing data, automatic skipping of age barriers, and improved search filters.

All Metric

The United States is one of the only a few countries that still use imperial units. Those browsing US sites from other countries or people who have recently moved to the United States.S may at first find these units quite confusing. If this sounds like you, try All Metric on Firefox. This add-on automatically converts all imperial units to metric units and makes measurements easier to read for non-Americans.

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