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Firefox: Switching between default search engines in Firefox isn’t exactly difficult, but clicking a tiny tap target, finding what you want in a dropdown menu, and clicking it isn’t necessarily the most efficient way to do it. Scroll Search Engines saves you a little time by mapping the action to your mouse wheel.
Unsurprisingly, the week was dominated by E3 and WWDC announcements, but we also talked programming, insurance and eternal tiredness. Kick off your Monday by checking out the ten most popular posts from Lifehacker Australia last week:
Good news: RSS-tracking service Feedly has begun migrating users onto its own servers — a necessary move since we’re less from a fortnight away from Google Reader switching off entirely. Bad news: when you migrate, you’ll find your unread articles count reset, and the service may misplace your saved articles as well.