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Firefox's default behavior is to display top sites on the New Tab page. Learn how to customize this page by pinning, removing sites or rearranging these sites. Note: To turn off the New Tab display, see Hide or display Tiles in New Tab. Table of Contents1 Pin a Tile2 Remove a
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Firefox includes a built-in PDF viewer to display PDF files inside the browser window. This article explains how to use the built-in PDF viewer, how to use another PDF viewer and how to fix the common issues you might encounter. Table of Contents1 Using the built-in PDF Viewer1.1
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Bookmarks are links to web pages that make it easy to get back to your favorite places. This article goes over the basics of making and managing your bookmarks. Note: Bookmarks are known as Favorites in Internet Explorer. Table of Contents1 How do I bookmark a page?1.1 How
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You can use Firefox to create a shortcut on your computer's desktop to a page you've visited: Resize the Firefox window so you can see both your computer's desktop and the Firefox window on the same screen. Click the icon on the left of the address bar (where the URL
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Your Downloads panel and Library keep track of files you download while using Firefox. Learn how to manage your files and configure your download settings. Table of Contents1 How do I access my downloads?2 How can I manage my downloaded files?3 Change where downloads are saved How
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You can use the Search bar in Firefox to search the Web with your favorite search engines. Using the Search bar Simply type into the Search bar on your toolbar or on the New Tab page. As you type into the toolbar search, your default search engine shows you suggestions
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This article describes different methods for removing a bookmark from your Firefox browser. For more information on using bookmarks, see Create bookmarks to save your favorite webpages. If you've set up Firefox Sync to synchronize your bookmarks, the bookmarks you remove
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Firefox can expand to fill your entire screen with its Full Screen feature. It's great for those itty bitty screens on netbooks, making the most of your HDTV or just because you want it to! This article tells all you need to know about it. Turn on Full Screen Bigger is better!
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When you first start Firefox, click the home button or create a new window you're greeted with the default home page. This page contains a handy default engine web search and quick links to downloads, bookmarks, history, add-ons, sync and settings. Also, if you had tabs open the
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This article discusses printing web pages in Firefox. For a tutorial on how to use Firefox's printing features, read below. For troubleshooting printing problems, see Fix printing problems in Firefox. Table of Contents1 Printing a web page1.1 Print window settings1.1.1 General
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Firefox automatically checks the spelling of words that you enter in text boxes containing more than one line. As soon as you finish typing a word, it is checked against the words in the installed dictionary. If the word is not found in the dictionary, it will be underlined in red,
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Firefox allows you to save a web page to your computer so that you can do things like read it when you're not connected to the Internet. Here's how. Table of Contents1 Saving a web page2 Saving parts of a web page Saving a web page Click on the menu button ,
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Firefox includes many features to make the browser and web content accessible to all users, including those who have low vision, no vision, or limited ability to use a keyboard or mouse. Table of Contents1 Using a Keyboard1.1 Using a keyboard to navigate within webpages1.2 Search
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You can perform web searches right from the address bar. Just type in your search terms and hit Enter. Firefox will take you to your default search engine results page. This article will show you how to customize this feature. Table of Contents1 Web search in the address bar1.1 Using
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When you are viewing a website in Firefox, you can search for words and phrases on the page. Firefox will show you where the search phrase you've typed appears next on the page, and lets you highlight all the places where it appears. Table of Contents1 Using the Find bar2 Quick
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Pinned Tabs allow you to always keep your favorite web apps like Facebook, Gmail and Twitter open and just a click away. Pinned Tabs are small, can't be closed accidentally and open automatically when you start Firefox. This article goes over the features of Pinned Tabs and will
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This article describes how to arrange your Bookmarks in Firefox. You can sort the bookmarks in a folder by name, or you can manually rearrange them. For more information on using bookmarks, see Create bookmarks to save your favorite webpages. Table of Contents1 Sorting by name2
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Bookmarklets allow you to always keep your common tasks on a web page just a click away. This article tells you what bookmarklets are, and explains how to install and use them. Table of Contents1 What do bookmarklets do?2 How bookmarklets are different from extensions?3 How do I
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Tabs allow you to open and organize multiple websites inside a single window. This keeps your screen from getting cluttered and makes it easy to switch between sites. This article covers the basics of using tabs. Table of Contents1 How do I make a new tab?1.1 Opening
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Important: The Tab Groups (Panorama) feature will be removed from Firefox in version 45. For more information, see the Tab Groups feature discontinued article. Important: The Tab Groups (Panorama) feature has been removed from Firefox. For more information, see the Tab Groups feature
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