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Firefox now lets you extend your browser with sweet sweet collections compiled by fellow users. Collections are groups of related add-ons assembled for easy sharing.
It took me years to build up an exquisite set of add-ons, but with collections you are now just a couple of clicks away from enjoying them as well.
Firefox users first add:
Subribe for Mozilla addons to get fully personlised funcitonality:
Then move on to subscribe to the
PowerUser collection, for enhancing the default browsing experience.
and for all you web designers out there
PowerUser - Web Development is what you’ll praise the gods for.
The PowerUser collection helps you remove the clutter from your browser’s interface, block pesky adds, aggregate content from around the web, organise your bookmarks, and provides better FTP, Proxy and UserScript support, secure password management, form auto-fill and lots lots more.
Sure, there definitely is a learning curve involved. But over time the collection will save you lot’s of clicks and ultimately spare you lot’s of headaches.
Drop me a line in the comments if you need help customising any of the add-ons.
Here is an example of what your browser can look like (click for full image)