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Customizing Firefox to Save Money

My browser of choice is Firefox – it’s fast, open-source, and almost infinitely customizable. As with any of our tools, it’s great when they can be customized to meet our needs, and Firefox definitely can be customized a zillion different ways. For instance, I use the Evernote Web Clipper extensively to take notes on sites… READ MORE

My browser of choice is Firefox – it’s fast, open-source, and almost infinitely customizable. As with any of our tools, it’s great when they can be customized to meet our needs, and Firefox definitely can be customized a zillion different ways. For instance, I use the Evernote Web Clipper extensively to take notes on sites that I want to visit but not bookmark, and that’s just one of the many productivity extensions available for Firefox.

A more fun way to customize Firefox is to download one of the many extensions that can help you save money while shopping online. I use RetailMeNot, but there are many other extensions also designed to help you find discounts online. Check out this comprehensive list:

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2 Responses to “Customizing Firefox to Save Money”

  1. Josh —

    I’d love to use Firefox but I find that when I do, my cookies apparently stop working. Am I not converting something?

  2. Hi Sandy, I’m not sure exactly what’s happening, but you may want to try changing the place where Firefox stores your cookies, or you may need to clear the cookies entirely. More information on Firefox and the cookie situation is at http://mozilla.gunnars.net/firefox_help_firefox_cookie_tutorial.html

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