If you love using Firefox, you must also be using a handful of Firefox Addons for better browsing experience. But do you keep a track of the plugins that are installed and the plugins that are redundant? With a simple Firefox command, you can create a list of the Firefox Addons that are installed and active.
Open a new tab on Firefox and type “about:support” and hit Enter. This will give you a list of all installed Firefox extensions and the Modified Preferences. From the Extensions table, copy all entries in the “Name” column. Hold down the Ctrl key and drag the mouse all the way down until you reach the end of the column. Next, open up Microsoft Excel or Google Spreadsheets and paste this data into the first column. Give the column a title something like “All Addons”. Now headover to “about:support” tab and copy all entries under “Enabled” column and paste it into another column in Excel or Google Spreadsheets as above.
You can share this list of your installed Firefox Addons with your friends if you save the data in Google Spreadsheets and then publish it as a web page.