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7 Reasons to Switch to FireFox
By: Jase Dow
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    It lets you take a snapshot of any page. Or you can grab just a chunk it. ScrapeBook keeps such snapshots organized and even lets you add comments if you like.

    Favorite Extension #3: TinyURL Creator
    How often do you want to sent a friend a URL only to discover it’s a mile long? Like this one for instance?

    Wouldn’t it be easier to send something like this:

    Good news. There’s a handy extension that will cut any unwieldy URL it down to size using TinyURL. Even better it will also inventory those you’ve created in case you want to use any of them again.

    Favorite Extension #4: Popup Blocking
    Okay so this technically isn’t an extension. It’s more of a killer built in feature that will stop pop ups dead in their tracks. I mean there’s nothing like seeing this message “Firefox prevented this site from opening a pop up window” to give you a warm glow inside

    Favorite Extension #5: Google Pagerank
    Want to know the Google PageRank of a page? Sadly the Google Toolbar only runs in Internet Explorer. But never fear. If you like to eyeball PR, say to check out potential link partners, the Google Pagerank Status extension displays pagerank. Even better it’s also in numeric form so you don’t have to mouse over to see the PR. .

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