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Can you install multiple addons at once, and what do removed addons leave behind

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I know I "can" install multiple addons at once, but is it a good practice? In the past when I did so, it seemed like doing so sometimes left me with browser instability,

I guess it could have been a result of one buggy addon , or maybe it was my imagination, but building a profile would be so much easier and less time consuming if you could.

I'm sure some addons could leave behind remnants, but is there a method or an addon itself that would insure a complete addon uninstall?

I know I "can" install multiple addons at once, but is it a good practice? In the past when I did so, it seemed like doing so sometimes left me with browser instability, I guess it could have been a result of one buggy addon , or maybe it was my imagination, but building a profile would be so much easier and less time consuming if you could. I'm sure some addons could leave behind remnants, but is there a method or an addon itself that would insure a complete addon uninstall?

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There should be no problem installing multiple add-ons at once. If you had issues in the past, it was probably caused by a faulty add-on or two add-ons conflicting with each other.

When an add-on is removed, it should delete the add-on entirely. The only thing that I've seen get left behind in some circumstances is some saved data (settings, etc). It's not stuff that be executed, just data that the add-on had saved.

There are methods to manually remove previously save extension data. However, I believe the risk of damaging something is likely far greater than the benefit of actually removing the data.

Hope this answers your questions.

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There should be no problem installing multiple add-ons at once. If you had issues in the past, it was probably caused by a faulty add-on or two add-ons conflicting with each other.

When an add-on is removed, it should delete the add-on entirely. The only thing that I've seen get left behind in some circumstances is some saved data (settings, etc). It's not stuff that be executed, just data that the add-on had saved.

There are methods to manually remove previously save extension data. However, I believe the risk of damaging something is likely far greater than the benefit of actually removing the data.

Hope this answers your questions.

There should be no problem installing multiple add-ons at once. If you had issues in the past, it was probably caused by a faulty add-on or two add-ons conflicting with each other. When an add-on is removed, it should delete the add-on entirely. The only thing that I've seen get left behind in some circumstances is some saved data (settings, etc). It's not stuff that be executed, just data that the add-on had saved. There are methods to manually remove previously save extension data. However, I believe the risk of damaging something is likely far greater than the benefit of actually removing the data. Hope this answers your questions.
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