The Internet browser is one of the most useful pieces of software on your computer, it’s the gateway to the Internet – the main form of communication for the vast majority of the world. There are a number of browsers out there that allow you to surf the web, and if you use an Apple computer, it can be tough to choose the best browser.
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Want to change the default download location for Mozilla Firefox? Perhaps you want to have it default to your desktop, or a special folder on your hard drive? To do so, go to the Options menu in Firefox, then under the General tab look for the Downloads section.
Did you know that typing “about:” plus another word in Firefox will allow you to view special configuration information of the browser—some of which you can actually tweak and customize? To try it, type “about:” to show general and version information
Have you ever clicked “Never Remember” for a password, only to decide later that you do want Firefox to remember it? Here’s how you can get Firefox to re-prompt you. Read more
Mozilla Firefox too slow? Here’s a tip for speeding up Firefox by moving cache memory to RAM. Read more .
Firefox 3.6 has yet another secret feature that could significantly improve your web browsing on Windows: scroll acceleration. Read more .
Sometimes websites use fonts that are too small or otherwise difficult to read. Learn how to set up Firefox to display all webpages with a specific font and size of your choosing
Mozilla implements new initiatives to ensure the security of its browser to fix the main security holes, and this brings Firefox’s latest version to 3.6.7 The Mozilla foundation, the organization behind the Firefox browser, announced recently that it has released a patch to fix many major security holes found in its software, as well as the pull out of malicious add-ons in its extensions gallery. A new update brings Firefox’s latest version to 3.6.7, and includes fixes for nine critical issues that could potentially be exploited by hackers to launch attacks on vulnerable systems. This comes after recently pulling out a password stealing add-on called the “Mozilla Sniffer” in the Firefox extensions gallery.