It’s amazing if you think about it. The new generation of web-browsers has become so flexible, so adaptable and so easy to use that you can design and use it according to your personal taste and needs. So if you are a Mozilla Firefox user, you can add almost any functionality you ever thought about via external extensions. Furthermore, you can also personalize your web-browser, changing its look with Firefox Themes. Thus you can let your browser have a fresh Vista look or appear like Opera, Internet Explorer or Mac-Browser. But which look can you choose to guarantee the most enjoyable browsing experience? Well, it’s a tough one.
In fact, there are many of them. We’ve selected some of the most beautiful Firefox Themes, which work in Firefox 2 and listed them below. Usually the changes concern not only the visual appearance and interface (icons and background colors), but also the functionality of the “adapted” Firefox – e.g. extensions.
Update (28.02.2007): thanks to all of you (particularly the Digg-community) who let us know about some beautiful and useful Firefox themes we’ve missed in this post. We’ll add them till weekend. Thanks!
Firefox appears to become Internet Explorer 7.
Red Cats (green flavor)
Full with various plug-ins – Saferfox Xpanded, designed by Mankin Studios.
How can I install a Firefox Theme?
Just click on the selected theme on a web-site you can download it from, the Firefox changes its look immediately. Alternatively you can also drag the installer into the theme-window (”Tools” –> “Add-ons”). There you can activate or deactivate the theme.
Please keep in mind that not every theme works in every version of the Firefox browser.
Any suggestions, ideas? Feel free to comment on this article!