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2012 Browser Plugin Rundown

Posted on Friday, August 10th, 2012 under News | No comments

I recently moved to the newest version of OSX, 10.8 Mountain Lion, so that of course means that I spent some time updating applications, clearing out old plugins and just in general cleaning out. For your benefit and my own archival reference, here is a short list of all the plugins and extensions I had been using in my browsers, grouped by engine. Enjoy.

Safari

Firefox

Google Chrome

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