One of the biggest benefits of using Firefox is the limitless customizing that you can achieve with various add-ons that they provide. They will save you both space and time and make your web browsing much easier. There are so many that it is easy to find add-ons that will be useful to the way you surf the web. Here are a selection:
Advanced Dorks (https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/2144)
Advanced dork allows you to quickly navigate Google search queries. All you have to do is right click on highlighted text, select Advanced Dorks and select whichever function is necessary. There’s a large selection of functions depending on the circumstance.
Autocopy automatically copies what you have highlighted to the clipboard. Can save lots of time if you’ve got lots of little bits to copy and paste.
Smart Bookmarks Bar (https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/4072)
The bookmarks bar on Firefox can easily come overcrowded. There’s just too much on the Internet to like. Smart Bookmarks Bar hides the names until you hover over the button, meaning you can fit much more onto it.
It gets really annoying having to load the next page of an article, especially if it’s mid sentence. What Autopager automatically loads this next page for seamless reading or viewing of multiple pages. It works on most major websites and you can add support for those it doesn’t work on.
History Submenus (https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/682)
History submenu allows you to navigate visited websites much easier without having to open the side menu. It automatically organizes your history into what day you viewed it.