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  1. Mozilla's new browser extension will help fix terrible YouTube recommendations Mozilla is introducing RegretsReporter, a new browser extension which allows YouTube users to "donate" their recommendations in the name of assisting researchers better understand the video platform's algorithm. YouTube has long been criticized for its opaque recommendation system, which sometimes leads users down rabbit holes, giving "regrettable recommendations." Through the browser extension, which is available for both Chrome and Firefox, researchers and outside experts will b
  2. Add an Audio Equalizer to Firefox, Chrome and other browsers Audio Equalizer is a free cross-browser extension that adds an audio equalizer to the browser to get better control over the output of sound. The extension is available for Firefox, Chrome, Opera and the classic Edge by default, but since it is hosted on the Chrome Web Store, also available for the new Microsoft Edge browser, Vivaldi, Brave, and many other Chromium-based web browsers. Installation of the extension is straightforward. A test in a Google Chrome installation went through withou
  3. 'Stylish' add-on made sites look pretty, but did ugly data slurpage Firefox and Chrome have removed a browser extension from their stores following revelations it was phoning home with users' web-surfing histories. The "Stylish" plug-in gained popularity because it let users configure sites' appearance, rather than accepting the designers' decisions. However – stop us if you've heard this one before – the code changed hands last year and the new owners expanded its data slurping activities. Software engineer Robert Heaton decided to take a look a
  4. Adguard [PC - Android - Browser Extension] Website - History-Blog-Forum Links: Adguard for PC 60 MTE l MalwareTips Edition [60 Days Trial] Online Installer l --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Adguard for PC Stable: l Changelog 6.1.331.1732 l Standalone 6.1.331.1732.exe l --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
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