Win/Mac/Linux (Firefox): Firefox's drop-down search toolbar can be a serious time saver—unless you have so many engines installed that you stall while looking for the right one. Organize Search Engines, a free Firefox add-on, gives you the same abilities to group search engines into folders and insert separators as Firefox's built-in bookmark organizer. By grouping your lesser-used search sites into folders, you make it easier for your eye to find the more helpful ones and, as the How-To Geek points out, optimise other extensions like Context Search. Organize Search Engines is a free download and works wherever Firefox does.
Put Search Plugins into Folders with Organize Search Engines
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