Firefox/Chrome/Safari: Netflix's new interface may not be the most fun to navigate, but you can ease a bit of the pain with a user script that adds Gmail-like keyboard shortcuts to the entire thing.
Chrome/Firefox/Opera/Safari (Greasemonkey): If you're tired of plain text links that you have to copy and paste in your address bar, free Greasemonkey script Linkify Plus will turn all URLs and email addresses into clickable links. More »
Google Related is a new Chrome extension and Google Toolbar feature that finds related maps, videos, and other pages related to the site you're viewing, so you don't need to go searching for it yourself. More »
Chrome: efTwo adds a new, more powerful "find on page" feature to Google Chrome, letting you search for multiple words at once as well as variations on each word, not exact matches. More »
It isn't particularly difficult to start a torrent download, but if you're not at your main computer, starting a download and controlling your queue from afar can be a pain. Install one of these browser extensions in Chrome or Firefox to streamline your BitTorrent downloads, letting you monitor your torrents from any computer and start new ones with one click. More »
Shortmarks lets you manage and sync your custom search engines and bookmark keywords across computers and browsers, without even needing to download an extension. More »
Chrome: Sometimes, when you're reading Wikipedia, you need to open up another article to better understand the one you're reading. Wikipreview saves you from opening them in tabs by showing you a preview of that article when you mouse over it. More »
You can access most of Chrome's settings from the Wrench menu, but it's a bit cluttered and hard to navigate quickly. Free extension Mega Button puts shortcuts to some of Chrome's most accessed settings right in your toolbar. More »
Opening a lot of links takes a lot of clicks, which gets tedious when you're scouring Google for information. These Chrome and Firefox add-ons will let you select multiple links with a click-and-drag motion, opening them all at once. More »
Chrome/Firefox: Ever been reading a site and wish not to go back to the last page you visited, but the last page in that web site's hierarchy?
Many of us probably right-click on links to open them in new tabs or search for text on Google. Reader hackbreaker shows us another quick way: just drag links or text to the tab bar. More »
The stable channel of Chrome has finally updated to version 10, with a lot of cool new features. Reader os points out one we overlooked: you can now search for the setting you want in the Preferences menu. More »
Chrome: Chrome has some nice quick-access icons on its extension bar, but it only works if extensions put icons there. If you want to toggle other extensions on or off, these Chrome add-ons will help you do it from the address bar. More »
Chrome only: Google Chrome extension Chrome Nanny prevents you from wasting time on distracting web sites, so you can get things done instead of checking Facebook all day long. More »