Features and Usability
The NoScript extension adds a handy little
Some sites will simply show a blank page when NoScript is installed and activated. Those who do show something are mostly broken. Either the menus don't work or videos won't play or something else is broken. It is possible to use NoScript to selectively turn the scripts that are required on and use websites normally. However, it requires a lot of work. Experimentation is required to find out which scripts are needed to make a site work properly. Finding out what scripts are needed involves turning scripts on and refreshing the page until the functionality you are looking for appears to work as it should. You may find that you have activated several evil script by the time you get to the ones which are actually required and now you're wasting time trying to find out which of the scripts you just activated can be safely turned off.
Verdict and Conclusion
NoScripts big flaw is that it defaults to breaking a vast majority of the websites you visit which means that time-consuming manual intervention is required to get sites working more often than not.
Ublock Origin, available for both Chromium and Firefox, is a much better way of making a modern web riddled with advertisements, cookie-warnings, pop-ups about privacy policies and newsletters and other trash feel bearable.
NoScript's website is at https://noscript.net/