I've got Firefox. Now what?Mikey 12 comments
Now you've got the best browser in the entire universe, what else can you do with it to improve your web experience? Here's a few suggestions.
Do you use Gmail?
I do, and before this Firefox plug-in became available, I hated Gmail. Better Gmail 2 skins Gmail and adds a bunch of extra cool things to make it more usable, and also hides the default frightfully ugly Google theme. Here's a small screen shot.
Are there some sites you visit that still only work in Internet Explorer?
This is actually not Firefox's fault, but rather the result of lazy web developers who still don't conform to web standards and think that catering for 54% of the world's audience is enough. I prefer to punish the web developer by simply taking my business elsewhere, but if you still want to run that Internet-Explorer-Only site in Firefox, grab the IE-tab plug-in.
This will let you open a new tab which actually uses the Internet Explorer engine to render the page. And you can set IE-Tab automatically open when you hit those web sites in future.
Don't like adverts?
I don't. Addbluck Plus simply hides all adverts on any web page. Adverts often slow down the loading of the page as well, so disabling them will not only make pages load faster, but also save your bandwidth.
Do you have a few email accounts?
Why not let Firefox check them for you. Webmail Notifier will save you having to go and manually check to see if you have email.
Browse all the Firefox add-ons and see what suits you.