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Frequently asked questions about Firefox Accounts on Mozilla Support.
Firefox automatically updates itself by default but you can always do a manual update. Learn how to update Firefox on Windows, Mac or Linux.
Web Push allows websites to notify users of new messages or updated content while Firefox is open.
Learn what "cookies" are, how websites use them, and how you can manage the cookies that Firefox stores.
How to change your email address for your Firefox Account.
Learn about the basic features of Firefox (bookmarks, tabs, search, add-ons, page actions and more) and find links to more articles to explore.
If a website requires a secure connection that cannot be established, Firefox will not connect and will show you an error page. Learn more.
Firefox warns you when a login form is not secure and your information could be stolen.
Blocks many common trackers and harmful scripts and reduces the ability of third parties to collect data about your browsing behavior
Learn how extensions make the cut for the Recommended Extensions program and where they can be found.
A Refresh can fix many issues by restoring Firefox to its default state while saving essential information like bookmarks and passwords.
Protect your account with two-step authentication.
Generate a recovery key so you can sign into your Firefox Account to regain access to your synced data, in case you forget your password.
Firefox for Android's Tracking Protection feature uses a list provided by Disconnect to identify and block trackers.
Firefox Accounts lets you add a secondary email address as a backup in case you lose access to your primary email address.
To keep your browsing fast and secure, Firefox does not run plugins like Adobe Flash by default. Learn how to activate plugins on websites.
Firefox Accounts blocks sign in attempts if it detects unusual activity. Learn how to unblock your account.