Well, since that was a paid app and people mostly prefer free tools and applications, I’ve found a free method to backup your Facebook profile.
Everything you browse and do in Firefox gets stored in the cache. You can browse the cache with two ways. One way is to type about:cache in Firefox and other is to access them manually from your Firefox profile.
Firefox Cache Viewer is a free tool that provides a GUI and detailed information for your Firefox cache.
Firefox already comes with some many features to keep your productivity high, but what if you get to make it more productive by adding a little spice to it?
The spice I’m talking about is, SmarterFox, a Firefox addon to speedup tasks in Firefox and let you browse faster.
In my previous article about extensions for customizing Firefox tabs, I missed a very important addon which I’m sure everyone is going to like.
FoxTab is a Firefox addon that brings innovative and attractive 3D tab management to Firefox. It takes your Firefox experience to the next level with its five eye-candy layouts.
I’m sure people with many friends on Facebook come across interesting albums or individual photos that are uploaded by friends, and sometimes you even want to download them.
But since Facebook does not provide an option to download albums, you have to go through all the photos saving each of them one by one.
Last month, I wrote about the best 10 Firefox addons for tabs in which I shared the best addons that can increase and improve productivity using Firefox tabs.
I also mentioned about a plugin called Tab Scope. This Firefox entension can show a popup on tabs and enables you to preview and navigate tab contents through that popup.
Tabs is one of the most important features in browsers these days. All browsers support tabbed-browsing as it allow users to surf as many websites as they want in one single window without cluttering your Windows taskbar.
Tabs in Firefox can be more useful than other browsers as they can be customized by using different extensions.
When a user uploads a photo on Flickr, it resizes it to various sizes and gives viewer the choice to view in whatever resolution (size) he wants.
Similarly, if you want to view or save the original Flickr image, you have to go all the way through the photo page and select Original from the sizes available.
There are countless extensions available, but there is one thing that always made me jealous of Opera users. Yes, a built-in bittorent client in Firefox!
Opera has this feature since a long time, but Firefox never had one. But today, while going through a forums, I found this cool Firefox addon called, FireTorrent, thanks to which I’m no more jealous of Opera users.