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How to login into multiple accounts at the same time in firefox .........!

By:Prayag Nao

We all have multiple accounts on same website,generally if we want to login into multiple accounts at same time we can't do this,we have to logout and login into another account.
But Multifox is an extension that allows Firefox to connect to websites using different user names. Simultaneously!

 


About this Add-on


If you have multiple Gmail, Twitter, Facebook, or Yahoo accounts, you can open them all at the same time. Each Firefox window, managed by Multifox, accesses an account without interfering each other.

What's new in Multifox 2?
  • Multifox is a restartless extension
  • Urlbar icon is now a standard toolbar button
  • You can list all identity profiles
  • You can rename profiles
  • You can delete profiles

DOWNLOAD Multifox:Click here



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