Are you using Firefox’s built in Sync feature? This great addition to the Firefox browser will keep your addons, bookmarks, passwords, preferences, history and tabs in sync between multiple computers or machines. However, once you get it set up – it can be hard to find out where you need to go to access it or change your settings.
Have you ever run into the problem where thumbnail images are missing from your new tab page in Firefox? The new tab page’s purpose is to show you pictures of websites you visit frequently – however sometimes these images never load or are just missing. However, you might be able to fix that!
The master password feature in Firefox is great for protecting all your locally stored passwords, but what do you do when you forget the one password that controls them all? Firefox can save usernames and passwords that you use to access online services, such as banking and email websites. If you share a computer with anyone, it is recommended that you use a master password.
If you have set one up and forgotten it – here is how you can reset it.
Want to disable Java applets in Firefox? There are a few reasons you might want to do this – from troubleshooting a problem to just disabling an annoying feature on a website. Here are the steps you need to take to turn off Java applets in Firefox.
If you have run into a problem, or several problems – I would highly suggest that you reset it. The reset Firefox feature can fix a lot of issues by resetting Firefox back to the day it was installed while also saving all the information you need to save.
Want to totally remove the new tab page feature in Firefox? With a simple about:config tweak you can get it done. Why would you want to disable the new tab page? For some people, it could be a privacy concern – and I am really happy that the Mozilla guys left in a trigger in about:config to get this done.
Firefox comes with the ability to pin tabs to the browser. What exactly does this do? Well, you can keep some websites (like Facebook or Twitter) a click away. This makes it a lot easier to prevent accidentally closing them and they will also start when you start the browser up.
The private browsing feature in Firefox is beyond helpful if you need to browse without people finding out what it is you are looking at. You might know what is usually saved when you browse online, but do you know what private browsing does not save? Here is the full list, for your information:
Can you make Firefox forget about you visiting one website, without clearing out the rest of your saved browser history? Yes, you can – and it is fairly simple to do. This is one great Firefox feature that most do not know about it – so this is why I share it with you today.