Below is a list of Browser Extensions that I use on a daily basis.
They're useful for increased productivity, decluttering the workspace & mind, and tracking tasks/projects.
The ones I've listed are just ones that I've personally tried and found benefit.
Please let me know if you have any suggestions or better alternatives. I'll add them to the testing list, and update this list if they succeed.
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Replaces Chrome, Safari, etc. Designed for privacy. Blocks 1000's of trackers & ads, whilst adding many layers of higher security standards.
Browsing without ads feels much easier on the eyes, but primarily it saves valuable attention & time. Plus, they pay you in crypto if you opt-in for ads.
In Chromes early days, these guys were the only thing between you and the insurmountable pop-up ads. This was before GoogleAds created some structure to the chaos. I've been using Adblock since '12.
It's free, however, I donate because of how much utility they provided for free when no one else would.
Provides a peaceful dashboard with a nice time display, pomodoro timer, or a '% remaining for the workday'. You can add a 'Daily focus' line to keep you focused on the days direction too. Plus to-do list and daily quote options.
Worth it for the serene pictures alone.
Free (85% features) or $3/month
Secure and convenient password storage.
It's 2022; you have no excuse to still memorise passwords or use your own 'fool-proof' system. Bitwarden generates randomised passwords up to 128 char's long, and syncs across many devices. Everything's securely encrypted using 256-bit AES.
Free plan available
Monitors for ransomware, spyware, adware, viruses and other malware.
Open-source (community- audited), and provides a good layer of protection on all of your devices.
The daily scheduled deep-scan is something I like for my mobile.
Costs are based on device numbers.
$4-6 per month (annual is cheaper)