Firefox Test Pilot
Everybody loves Firefox, but many of us still have little niggles and wish-lists of features we’d like to see. Sometimes we wonder, wouldn’t it be great if we could travel into the future, find out what Firefox can do then, and bring the future Firefox back so we can enjoy its future features right now?
That’s what Firefox Test Pilot does, and unlike traditional forms of time travel you don’t need to think about killing Hitler, bumping into Bruce Willis or accidentally kissing your mum. It’s available for Firefox on Windows, Linux and OS X.
Why you need it
You need it because the future is a better place, and because Firefox needs people to test its latest, greatest features before they end up in the final builds.
At the time of writing that means experimenting with features to take better screenshots, to keep videos on screen while you keep browsing the web, to prevent ad networks from following you around the place and even the end of dreaded 404 Page Not Found errors. All you need to do is download the Test Pilot add-on, get in a DeLorean and… no, you just need the add-on.
Download here: Firefox Test Pilot