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Get More Browsing Space With LessChrome HD Firefox Extension

Recently we had posted an article about Google Chrome’s new Compact navigation feature, which gives more browsing space for Chrome and is useful for small screen sized devices like netbooks and tablet PCs. Here is similar feature from Mozilla for its browser Firefox. The LessChrome HD Firefox extension gives more browsing space for the browser.


The core feature this extension is to give as much space to the page and only showing the browser interface when needed.

The default browsing behavior now is to only show tabs at the top of the window, and pointing there will reveal the rest of the browser. Moving the mouse cursor back down makes it go away.

You can get more information about LessChrome HD from the source here. Interested Firefox 4 users can download it at Mozilla add-on site.

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