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Firefox 56 to 57, my changed list of essential extensions to gain back freedom on the broken internet

Well, after ages and lots of donated money to the extension developer (yes, I do an you should do the same!), mozilla made fundamental changes in ther way how to extend their browser. Because of that, I need to update my collection of extensions.

Firefox 57? Thats the browser where you have to open "about:config", search for "pocket" and set the value to false for "extension.pocket.enabled" and "browser.toolbarbuttons.introduced.pocket-button". You also have to disable all the spam on your blank start page (new tab). And of course, disable and remove all cliqz related shit.

Here is my new list working with firefox 57. Lets see how well things are working out. The mozilla extension search results are as bad as google search results today.

  • AdBlocker for YouTube
  • HTTPSEverywhere
  • Open With
  • Tree Style Tab
  • Tree Style Tab Mouse Wheel
  • uBlock Origin
  • uMatrix
  • Disconnect
  • Vim Vixen or Tridactyl
  • Empty Cache Button
  • Tab Suspender
  • Quick Accept-Language Switcher
  • User-Agent Switcher
  • I don't care about cookies
  • Cookie AutoDelete

For the log, here is my old list working in firefox 56.

  • BarTab Lite
  • AdBlocker for YouTube
  • HTTPSEverywhere
  • Open With
  • Tree Style Tab
  • uBlock Origin
  • uMatrix
  • Disconnect
  • Cache Status
  • checkCompatibility
  • Firebug
  • Flashblock
  • HttpRequester
  • Locale Switcher
  • NoScript
  • Privacy Settings
  • Random Agent Spoofer
  • RequestPolicy
  • Selenium IDE Button
  • Self-Destructing Cookies
  • Session Manager
  • YouTube and Audio Downloader
  • Pentadactyl
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