One of the greatest features in Firefox is its ability to be customized with extensions. But what if Windows could also have its own extensions?
Extensions for Windows makes it possible. This handy collection of utilities adds extra functionality to Windows, most of them available through context menus in Windows Explorer.
The good thing about Extensions for Windows is that you're free to decide which ones you want to install and which ones not to. All you have to so is browse the list of available plug-ins in the "New Extensions and Updates" tab, and check those you're interested in. Selected plug-ins will be automatically downloaded and installed on your system. Depending on how many you choose, the process can be a bit lengthy.
The plug-ins featured in Extensions for Windows cover many different tasks, from photo editing to disk analyzing, as well as a variety of tools such as a video converter, a virtual PDF printer or an FTP client. This diversity enables you to tailor the program precisely to your needs.
Extensions for Windows currently features fifteen different plug-ins though it'll probably include more in the future. Also, your installed plug-ins are automatically updated so that you don't have to worry about new versions.
With Extensions for Windows you can add extra functionality to Windows and tailor the system just the way you need it.