Top 5 Brower Extensions we need in 2020

December 11, 2020

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Introduction:

If you are a tech enthusiast or you might want to make your browsing experience smoother and less tedious, we have brought you some handpicked extensions for your preferred browser.

1. Dark Reader

Often we need to stay in front of digital screens, and especially at night time, those bright white screens are irritating and painful to the eyes. Computers and mobile phones have a dark-theme for the system software and the apps we download from the app store. But websites are still behind, and only a few have successfully implemented dark theme to their web pages.

 

Well then, for other sites, Dark Reader will solve your problems. You can manually toggle on or off the dark mode for all or one website, or let it automatically switch between light modes and dark modes.

 

Learn more about what Dark Mode is here. 

 

To download the Extension click here. 

2. Grammarly 

Often we need to stay in front of digital screens, and especially at night time, those bright white screens are irritating and painful to the eyes. Computers and mobile phones have a dark-theme for the system software and the apps we download from the app store. But websites are still behind, and only a few have successfully implemented dark theme to their web pages.

 

Well then, for other sites, Dark Reader will solve your problems. You can manually toggle on or off the dark mode for all or one website, or let it automatically switch between light modes and dark modes.

 

Learn more about what Dark Mode is here. 

 

To download the Extension click here. 

3. Microsoft Editor 

It is a free alternative option to Grammarly. It’s free to use, and there is no need to buy any type of plan. But still, it misses the features like plagiarism checking and proofreading. If you are looking for something to help you with spelling correction and grammar correction, then you can go for Microsoft Editor.

 

To download the Extension Click Here. 

4. Google Dictionary (by Google) 

 Often while reading the article in your favourite browser, you might get confused about the meanings of the used word. Or, maybe you don’t know what that word means at all. Well, then you can use Google Dictionary. It will allow you to view meaning/definition in line. A double click on the word will bring a popup just over the selected term. In the popup, you can view the definition or meaning of the word and listen to its pronunciation.

 

 

To download the Extension Click Here.

5. Tabs Aside: 

If you have used Microsoft Edge (Legacy Version), you might have used the “Set Tabs Aside” feature. If not, then still there is no issue with that. Often we open up multiple tabs for some work or task and might want to take a break from it. But you don’t want to close the opened tabs, as it not possible to reopen them in the same order, the way it was. And if you don’t close them, it might cause a shortage of computer resources. Tabs Aside might solve your issue. With a click, you can put aside the opened tabs, and have a neat and clean window of the browser. Later on, when you want to restore those tabs, you can restore with another one-click or restore the tabs without emptying the records so that you can access it again, you can do that too.

 

 

 To download the Extension Click Here.

Conclusion: 

For now, let’s keep our list short to five extensions. We’ll be back with another five extensions, and then another, and another. Happy Extension hunting!

 

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