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  1. i figured this forum would be more suited than general discussions, but feel free to move it if you think otherwise. anyway, just curious as to what web browsers the contributors of pcpitstop use. i've moved exclusively to chrome recently after going back and forth between ie9 and firefox. i absolutely love it, it works exactly how i want a web browser to work. so, what are the rest of you using?
  2. The Add-on Compatibility Reporter (ACR) has been redesigned and rewritten from the ground up to make it easier to use! Add-on Compatibility Reporter 2.0
  3. A new feature beginning with Firefox 17 is the ability to integrate Facebook into the browser allowing users to stay up to date with Facebook activities through a side bar in the Firefox web browser. You must be using Firefox 17 or above. To enable the plug-in visit the Messenger for Firefox web page. Click on the green 'Turn on' button. Agree to Messenger for Firefox at the prompt. If you are not logged into Facebook you will need to do so. You should not only see the side bar but also notice 4 new buttons in the upper right corner of the browser with various function including turning o
  4. Just found this little tool and cleaned up a bunch of duplicate and dead bookmarks in my Firefox browser. I also watched as my Favicons that had gone missing in the bookmarks bar re-appeared when running the Reload Favicons option. Pretty cool! Note: I'm runnibg Firefox 11.0 so it should work with all versions of FF. Full description and instructions with screenshots on the CheckPlaces Homepage.
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