Many people don't know but Mozilla's Firfox browser is a direct descendant of the original internet browser, NetScape. After changing hands several times and being called by different names finally it became Firefox. Today it is the most used internet browser. This is many because of its security which is unmatched by Google's Chrome and by Internet Explorer.
Every system has its neat features that attracts users, but Firefox's add-ons have long set it apart from the competitors. One of the add-ons that I find particularly useful is the Memory Restart. I am always concerned with my computer's operating speed. This speed is dependent on the amount of memory you are using to run your everyday processes. With Memory Restart, Firefox will tell you when your memory storage has built up to a level where it will compromise your computer's performance, so that you can reset all the temporary storage on your browser.
So, if you are a Firefox user look at adding-on Memory Restart to keep your computer running at its best. If not, check into all the Firefox offers as a internet browser. I tried it once and never turned back!