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Best browser extension
« on: 23. September 2019., 11:51:00 »
1. uBlock Origin: This open-source and free extension included all the features power users wanted most without imposing its own settings. It shuts down pop-ups, blocks banner ads, kills invasive links before they appear, and much more. Everyone can use uBlock without any kind of detailed setup, and if you want to customize the experience, there are more than enough tools to make that happen. uBlock Origin is the go-to ad blocking extension for 2018. It should be the first thing you install on a new browser, as it helps keep you safe by providing an easy to use ad-free web browsing experience.

2. Evernote Web Clipper: Evernote is one of the most robust and accessible note-taking tools you’ll find, and the Evernote Web Clipper extension for Chrome makes saving web page clippings a breeze. Clip part of a web page (including your emails) or highlight text from an article, then send it to Evernote, organize it in one of your notebooks and add a tag for easy finding later on. This is a browser extension that can instantly send any article or website you're looking at over to any notebook in Evernote, so you can reference and mark it up later.
3. Privacy Badger: The browser extension was developed by the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF), an entity that exists solely for the purpose of protecting our online freedoms. Privacy Badger stops tracking scripts before they run, preventing websites from monitoring your activity across domains. It also kills certain spying ads and prevents other data-sharing code from running. With Privacy Badger active you can enjoy the web once again. No more worries about losing your personal data. You’re safe and sound with this badger on the lookout.

4. Save to Pocket: Save to Pocket (formerly known as Read it Later) works much like Evernote Web Clipper, letting you save interesting bits and pieces during your everyday surfing. if you prefer using keyboard shortcuts , you can visit the Options menu to create a custom shortcut. Save to Pocket lets you save web pages, links, images, files and more to a central list, then automatically syncs the results across all your devices. It's a great system for web research. 
5. Clearly: Clearly for Google Chrome allows you to focus on the piece that you are reading online, regardless of if it is a news article, blog post, or other online literature. What sets Clearly apart from its competitors and counterparts, like Reader on Safari, is the ability for individuals to save their articles and other materials they find online to Evernote for later retrieval. This is ideal for students and writers who need to collect more than just hyperlinks for further research. You can also organize by tags, annotate, and even have Clearly read the literature back to you digitally.

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Best browser extension
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Re: Best browser extension
« Reply #1 on: 23. December 2019., 12:41:45 »
It depends on the nature of the work. I mostly use Ad-blocker though  ;)

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