Aoe2913 - 8:32 pm on May 17, 2012 (gmt 0)
I semi disagree with that. The user agent will be the same for the entire browser session. So subsequent hits will still be the same user agent. The user agent is only changed on the browser restart after all windows have been closed. The remote server therefore thinks that you are a different computer. However, I would like to add a feature that changes the user agent on every page load that could be manually turned on and off as stated in the reviews. I haven't had any problems using the former setup. If you have a situation in which you have to turn it off simply disable the addon. Also enable automatic private browser setting to not store any cookies.
With the standard user agent on my browser and noscript etc activated I was still surprised to find out via [panopticlick.eff.org...] that I was one in 7,000. Now with RandomUserAgent I am ~ one in a million with every test.