I've tried Lazarus a couple of times (not updated since August 2011 + homepage unresponsive), but always went back to Textarea Cache because it's so simple to use, and consistent on all pages. I quite often start typing and then leave the page, planning to come back later - as an example I began this post a couple of hours ago, but went to watch a show, before finishing the post. So it's not enough for me to be protected against accidents, (my setup almost never crashes), I must have an incremental backup, which is exactly what Textarea Cache
can offer if you do the settings accordingly.
On another topic: A List of Stable, Non-Conflicting and Essential addons by ChessWriter: addons.mozilla.../ChessWriter - a list of 683 addons...
-but only a list; there is no button to get them all in one swoop.
I didn't stop to think about the "683", but was plain excited to see that the first 3 pages included a lot of the addons I already was using. So it must be a good list...
What do you do, when you suddenly have a new addon installed, but you or Mozilla have never heard about it before? browser wizard free 5.8.0
I have no idea what it is or where it came from - and there are no informations whatsoever. More than four addons have been updated since , so I don't know when exactly it was installed. So far, nothing weird has happened. I will not yet remove it, I want to first figure who brought it here.