Neowin's top 10 Firefox Add-ons you can't live without

Neowin and its members have compiled a list of their favourite Firefox add-ons they can't live without. The list was compiled out of the top 10 add-ons members have installed.

#10 IE Tab: Even when users still use Firefox, they can't go without their beloved Internet Explorer. This add-ons allows users to view web pages right inside Firefox as if they were using Internet Explorer, or link externally to IE itself, creating a quick shortcut to opening the current page or highlighted link in Internet Explorer.
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#9 Glasser: This add-ons allows users to customize their browser with a transperant Windows Aero look by making the Firefox toolbars turn transperant. This add-on does require Windows Vista or Windows 7 to properly make use of Aero.
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#8 British English Dictionary: Spelling mistakes are far too common on forum posts, so this quick add-ons spell checks as you type preventing you from making typos and errors while posting on the Internet. The Dictionary underlines your errors for better visibility and even showing the correct spelling of the word when right clicking on the error. This add-on will work on any web page form field or text box.
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#7 Hide Menubar: If you're looking to get a better view of a web site without all those useless toolbars at the top of your browser, this add-on will hide your main menu toolbar at the top, giving you that extra bit of web space. Holding Alt will make the main menu reappear.
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#6 Tabs Open Relative: Such a very basic annoyance to some Firefox users is opening up a new tab, where the newly created tab will open after the very last tab, regardless to what tab you are currently on. This add-on opens up the new tab right beside your current tab, even if your browsing on the first tab and have multiple tabs open, your newly created tab will appear beside your active tab.
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#5 Xmarks: If bookmarks are your forte, Xmarks allows for bookmark backup and syncing across multiple computers and multiple browsers including Firefox, Internet Explorer and Safari (Mac OS). This smart add-on also allows for password sync, preventing others from browsing through your bookmarks.
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#4 Greasemonkey: Greasemonkey script lets users customize visited web sites by adding in their own javascript to adjust the way the web page is viewed. Users can use hundreds of scripts found on the Internet allowing for endless possibilities of customization. This add-on is mostly for experienced users who are familiar with javascript.
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#3 Download Status Bar: This add-on allows users to view active downloads right inside their browser without an external popup window. Information about each download will be displayed across the bottom of the browser window with a progress bar and detailed information about remaining time and file name. This add-on also comes equipped with loads of extra options for ultimate customization. A must get add-on.
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#2 Stylish: If web site customization is what you're into, this add-on is perfect for you. Users can customize the look of any web site by adding in your own CSS across web sites and the browser itself. With a gallery of user ready scripts found on the Internet, it is easy to customize boring and ugly web sites with a few clicks. A must get add-on.
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#1 Adblock Plus: The top rated add-on by Neowin is of course, Adblock Plus. The name says it all, blocking virtually every single ad online preventing those horrendous advertisements from getting in your way. This add-on allows for users to block some images, all images flash elements and even text advertisements. This add-on has built in filter updates to keep up to date on latest advertisement blocking techniques, and also comes with an option to disable adblock on certain web sites, like Neowin.net. A must get add-on.
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