What is a cross web browser add on?:
Cross web browser add on its a software that you can install to provide a certain future that is usually not available on a simple “out of the box” web browser.
What is a web browser?:
Web Browser its a software to be use to surf the content available over the internet and other network structures.
Most famous web browsers.
1. Internet Explorer
2. Mozilla Firefox
3. Google Chrome
4. Apple’s Safari
Here is the simplistic but powerful list of the 3 most have add-on for your browser .
Xmarks was founded in 2006 under our original name Foxmarks. Our bookmark sync browser add-on is one of the most popular in the world with over twenty million downloads and counting. Xmarks is available as a free add-on for Firefox, Chrome, Internet Explorer, and Safari (Mac OS) and can be downloaded here. In addition to bookmarks, our extension also synchronizes open tabs (Firefox, Chrome, IE) and browsing history (Firefox)
it’s EASIER : Never forget a password again and log into your sites with a single mouse click.
it’s EVERYWHERE: Automatically synchronizes your data: access it from anywhere at anytime.
it’s SAFER: Protect yourself against phishing scams, online fraud, and malware.
it’s SECURE: All of your data is encrypted locally on your PC – only YOU can unlock it.
it’s FREE: No catches or gimmicks, to use on all your computers!
How Does it Work?
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Searching vs. Stumbling:
Using search engines to locate relevant content typically means hunting through pages of results. Rather than searching for quality web sites, StumbleUpon members are taken directly to web sites matching their personal interests and preferences.