After spending a week investigating dozens of Greasemonkey user-scripts for Firefox, I've found a half dozen that I now use regularly.
Learn what Greasemonkey userscripts can do to improve your browsing experience, where to find them, and how to install them.
Greasemonkey userscripts are a snap to manage. Learn how to disable, uninstall, and tweak your userscripts.
Looking for awesome Greasemonkey scripts? On today's Tekzilla Daily, Veronica shows you how to use Greasefire, a Firefox add-on that displays scripts available for install on your current page.
It's still a work in progress, but if you're looking for a laid-back, amusing, browser-based game, Glitch is a great way to waste some time.
Wish those favicons were more helpful? On today's Tekzilla Daily, Veronica explores two Greasemonkey scripts that add a bit more info, so you know what's going on even when those title bars are hidden.
Video search tool VideoSurf has a new Greasemonkey script that shows you the full content of video search results before you even click on them.
A tool that lets people customize what Web pages can do is coming to Chrome, Google's open-source browser.
Videosurf makes its search results enhancer available as a Firefox extension. It was formerly only available as a script for the browser-enhancer Greasemonkey.
The promise (and peril) of the Firefox Web browser add-on is showed off upon its first anniversary.