Editors' Note: The Download Now link will prompt a local download of the Firefox extension. To install the extension directly, open the file using your Firefox browser.
Good things do come in small packages, as this simple little Firefox add-on proves. It can save you both time and money by letting you choose the Web images you want to view and print on a page. After only one try, we wondered how we ever browsed without it.
Nuke Anything Enhanced operates via your context menu. A simple right-click is all it takes to instantly hide most images on a Web page. When the page is printed, the hidden images don't show up. The program doesn't remove flash ads, and the changes are not permanent. Hitting refresh or returning to the Web page brings the images back, or you can simply right-click again to restore them.
Sometimes the smallest tools are the most helpful in terms of savings and convenience. This free add-on saved us money by not wasting ink on unwanted images. It also improved our browsing experience by allowing us to read page content without annoying images. Users of all skill levels will appreciate what Nuke Anything Enhanced has to offer.
Nuke Anything is a Firefox extension that allows users to hide almost anything on a web page, for example before printing.
All the user has to do is right click the area they want removed, and select "Remove this object" from the menu.