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Clean and Bold Firefox Theme

MZ8 Theme for Firefox

The MZ8 theme for Firefox is clean and very bold.  If that is your thing, you might really like this theme selection for today. It is a modification of the theme Pseutro Light.  The concept of the theme is great but some people might find the bold text on the tabs and the title bar to be a little too much.  You can pick up the MZ8 theme for Firefox at the Firefox Add-ons website.

Opera Theme for Firefox

FXOpera Review

Enjoy the simple look of the Opera browser? Take a look at FXOpera – a great theme for Firefox.  This complete theme will overhaul the entire Firefox interface to make it look more like it’s browsing competitor. The whole theme works fine, looks great – why have you not downloaded it yet? You can pick up FXOpera at the Firefox Add-ons website.

Apple/Microsoft Theme for Firefox

Internet Explorer 5 for Mac

Here is a Internet Explorer 5 Mac edition theme for Firefox 20 and further. Really want to make Firefox look a little more like a Mac-powered Microsoft coded browser? Then this theme might be perfect for you.  You can pick up this Firefox theme from the Mozilla Add-ons website.

Green Fox

Green Firefox Theme

I do like me a green Firefox theme. The theme Green Fox is a theme based on a design by Loic Raynard and has some of the larger icons based on the latest aero icon set.  If you like big icons and the color green, then this theme really is for you. You can pick up the Green Fox Firefox theme at the Firefox Add-ons website.

How to Disable Firefox Add-ons

Need to disable some Firefox Add-ons? Personally speaking, I would consider add-ons to be themes, plugins and extensions you add to Firefox.  If you need to troubleshoot a problem with the browser, disabling the Firefox add-ons you have added can sometimes be the quickest way to find the problem.

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Qute 4++ – Simple and Unobtrusive Firefox Theme

Qute 4++ Theme Review

I have taken a look at Qute and Qute like theme before – but this is the first time I have looked at Qute for any Firefox after version 3.6 or so (yes, I find the version numbers a little silly myself now). My thoughts aside, Qute4++ is definitely worth trying out if you are using the latest version of the Firefox browser.

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