If you like social networks, Gmail or just about any site, chances are there is a helpful GreaseMonkey script on it. It would be really nice if while on a website I had a simpler way of looking up a GreaseMonkey script than actually searching for it.
This is where Greasefire Addon is very helpful.
Well here are some of my favourite Greasemonkey scripts for Firefox users that totally enhance the Facebook experience. 🙂 Ever wondered how cool it might be if you are able to see the highlighted birthdays on your homepage, clean out your Facebook wall with less advertisements, manage your homepage the way you want it to be and many more.
Google started using Doodles on their search pages for some fun I guess. But this fun started to become a tradition of sorts and many times while on Google we wonder what is next?
Amongst all the Google Doodles there are a few which are my favorite ones. Like the one below from 2007 celebrating the 60th Independence day. I wish there was a way to get these doodles back on when I visit Google.com with my browser. Unfortunately the doodle comes with a expiry date as it is supposed to only celebrate something special on that particular day.
A couple of days back Ruchi told about an interesting and simple trick to get old layout of Google back. As she mentioned in that post, there is a possibility that Google might update the link and the trick might stop working. So let’s see what other options we have apart from that to remove […]
If you are using Firefox and Chrome, the one big complaint you would have had is that Chrome browser does not support Greasemonkey scripts. GreaseMonkey scripts are scripts that run inside Firefox thanks to installing the Greasemonkey addon.
I am sure a many of you have Gmail accounts and if you frequent internet a lot you might have two or even Gmail accounts. Sometimes for a backup, sometimes to keep work and personal related emails separate majority of us might have two Gmail accounts. For instance I have two accounts, one was a […]
Well undoubtedly Youtube is the opium of the E-age… the more you spend time on it, the addicted you get to it. Also, it’s a great time pass watching videos and tutorials, but very few use this effectively…