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In the current version of Firefox the method remains largely unchanged. Open Firefox, click on TOOLS (on the menu bar at the top), click on ADD-ONS, and when the new window opens up (provided you're connected to the internet), you can click on the "Get add-ons" button at the top left. Immediately below that button you'll see a search box where you can type a particular add-on name (like Adblock, FastestFox, Ghostery, IE Tab 2, Image Zoom, or dozens of other highly useful programmes) or you can click the link on the right side of the box which says "Browse All Add-ons", which will open a new browser page allowing you to search for all your favourites, or something wonderful and new.
Posted on Aug 05, 2010
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