Gelişmiş erişilebilirlik, tarama, sistem varsayılanları, ağ, güncelleme ve şifreleme ayarları

Bu makale, Firefox'un SeçeneklerTercihler penceresindeki Gelişmiş panelinde bulunan ayarları açıklamaktadır. Bunlar, Firefox'un varsayılan tarayıcı olup olmadığını kontrol etmek gibi sık kullanılmayan ayarlar veya sadece belli kişilerin ihtiyaç duyduğu çeşitli gelişmiş ayarlardır.

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Erişilebilirlik

  • Sayfaların içinde hareket ederken her zaman işaretçi tuşlarını kullan: Bu seçenektercih etkin olduğunda Firefox, web sayfaları içerisinde klavye ile metinleri seçmenizi sağlayan, hareketli bir imleç görüntüleyecektir. F7'ye basarak bu moda geçebilirsiniz.
  • Yazmaya başlar başlamaz arama yap: Bu seçenektercih etkin olduğunda Firefox geçerli web sayfasında ne yazarsanız yazın bulacaktır. Siz sayfada yazdığınız metni bulurken, Bul Araç Çubuğu ne bulduysanız onunla alakalı bilgiyi otomatik olarak pencerenin altında göstermek için belirecektir.
  • Siteler sayfaları tazelemek ya da yönlendirmek istediğinde beni uyar: Bu seçenektercih etkin olduğunda Firefox sizi başka bir sayfaya yönlendirmek isteyen, veya otomatik olarak yeniden yüklenen web sitelerini engelleyecektir.


Tarama

  • Otomatik kaydırmayı kullan: Otomatik Kaydırma, orta fare tuşu (genellikle kaydırma tekerleği) ile sayfayı yukarı veya aşağı kaydırmayı sağlayan yararlı bir özelliktir. Bazı insanlar bunu can sıkıcı bulabilir, bu yüzden bu seçenektercih ile otomatik kaydırma kapatılabilir.
  • Akıcı kaydırmayı kullan: Akıcı kaydırma, çok uzun sayfaları okuyorsanız çok kullanışlı olabilir. Genellikle Page Down'a bastığınızda görüntü doğrudan bir sayfa aşağı atlar. Akıcı kaydırmada ise yumuşakça aşağı kayar, bu yüzden ne kadar kaydığını görebilirsiniz. Bu, önceden kaldığınız yerden okumaya devam etmeyi kolaylaştırır.
  • Mümkün olduğunda donanım ivmelenmesini kullan: Firefox bilgisayarınızın grafik işlemcisini bazı videolu ve animasyonlu sayfaları göstermek için kullanabilir. Bu tür şeyleri oynatmakta bilgisayarınızın grafik işlemcisi, bilgisayarınızın ana işlemcisinden daha iyiyse, Firefox'un daha hızlı olmasını sağlar. Bu kutu varsayılan olarak işaretlidir fakat bu özellik tüm grafik işlemcileri için geçerli değildir. Firefox mümkün olduğunda bunu sağlayacaktır. Donanım ivmelenmesi hakkında daha fazla bilgi.
    Bu ayarı değiştirdeyseniz, bilgisayarınızı yeniden başlatmalısınız.
    Firefox'u yeniden başlatmak için:
    1. Firefox penceresinin tepesindeki Firefox düğmesine tıklayın ve Çık'ı seçinFirefox penceresinin tepesindeki Dosya menüsüne tıklayın ve Çık'ı seçinMenü çubuğundaki Firefox menüsüne tıklayın ve Firefox tarayıcısından çık'ı seçinFirefox penceresinin tepesindeki Dosya menüsüne tıklayın ve Çık'ı seçin

      Menü düğmesine New Fx Menu tıklayın ve ÇıkÇık'a Close 29 tıklayın.

    2. Firefox'u normal şekilde başlatın.
  • Yazarken yazım denetimi gerçekleştir: Bu tercih etkin olduğunda, Firefox web sayfalarında yazımınızı denetleyecek ve olası düzeltmeleri önerecektir. Bir sözlük indirmeniz gerekebilir. Bunun için herhangi bir metin alanınasağ tıklayın Ctrl tuşuna basıp tıklayın, gerekiyorsa yazım denetimini etkinleştirin ve sonra sözlük indirmek için Diller menüsünü kullanın.

Varsayılan sistem ayarları

  • Her başlangıçta Firefox tarayıcısının varsayılan olup olmadığına bak: Bu seçeneği, başlangıçta Firefox'un varsayılan tarayıcı olup olmadığına bakılmasını isterseniz seçin. Bu, bir uygulamanın bir web sayfasını görüntülemeye çalıştığında Firefox'un kullanılmasını sağlar. Ayrıca hemen kontrol etmek için Şimdi bak düğmesine basabilirsiniz.
  • Her başlangıçta Firefox tarayıcısının varsayılan olup olmadığına bak: Bu seçeneği, başlangıçta Firefox'un varsayılan tarayıcı olup olmadığına bakılmasını isterseniz seçin. Bu, bir uygulamanın bir web sayfasını görüntülemeye çalıştığında Firefox'un kullanılmasını sağlar.
    • Firefox şu anda varsayılan yarayıcınız değilse Firefox tarayıcısını varsayılan tarayıcım yap düğmesine tıklayarak onu varsayılan yapabilirsiniz.
  • Çökme raporlarını gönder: Firefox çökerse Mozilla Crash Reporter belirecek ve çökmeyi Mozilla'ya bildirmek isteyip istemediğinizi soracaktır. Bu kutuyu işaretlediysenzi Mozilla bu çökmeden haberdar edilsin ki sorunu çözebilsinler onay kutusu varsayılan olarak işaretli olacaktır.
  • Submit performance data: Enabling this setting will send anonymous data (learn more) to Mozilla about the real world performance of Firefox. We'll use this information to make Firefox better.

Data Choices Tab

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Telemetry

  • Enable Telemetry: Enabling this setting will send anonymous data (learn more) to Mozilla about the real world performance of Firefox. We'll use this information to make Firefox better.

Crash Reporter

  • Enable Crash Reporter: If Firefox crashes, the Mozilla Crash Reporter will appear, asking you if you want to report the crash to Mozilla. With this box check marked, the Tell Mozilla about this crash so they can fix it check box in the crash reporter will default to being check marked.

Data Choices Tab

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Telemetry

  • Enable Telemetry: Enabling this setting will send anonymous data (learn more) to Mozilla about the real world performance of Firefox. We'll use this information to make Firefox better.

Firefox Health Report

  • Enable Firefox Health Report: The Firefox Health Report (learn more) provides you with information about your browser’s performance and stability over time. Mozilla uses this data to provide you with meaningful comparisons and tips. We also aggregate the data shared by everyone to make Firefox better for you.

Crash Reporter

  • Enable Crash Reporter: If Firefox crashes, the Mozilla Crash Reporter will appear, asking you if you want to report the crash to Mozilla. With this box check marked, the Tell Mozilla about this crash so they can fix it check box in the crash reporter will default to being check marked.

Network tab

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Connection

Your organization or Internet service provider may offer or require you to use a proxy. A proxy acts as an intermediary between your computer and the Internet. It intercepts all requests to the Internet to see if it can fulfill the request using its cache. Proxies are used to improve performance, filter requests, and hide your computer from the Internet to improve security. Proxies are often part of corporate firewalls.

Connection Settings Dialog

  • No proxy: Choose this if you don't want to use a proxy.
  • Auto-detect proxy settings for this network: Choose this if you want Firefox to automatically detect the proxy settings for your network.
  • Use system proxy settings: Choose this if you want to use the proxy settings configured for your operating system.
    • This is the default setting.
  • Manual proxy configuration: Choose this if you have a list of one or more proxy servers. Ask your system administrator for the configuration information. Each proxy requires a hostname and a port number.
    • If the same proxy name and port number are used for all protocols, check Use this proxy server for all protocols.
    • No Proxy For: List of hostnames or IP addresses that will not be proxied.
  • Automatic proxy configuration URL: Choose this if you have a proxy configuration (.pac) file. Enter the URL and click okay to save changes and load the proxy configuration.
    • Reload: The reload button will load the currently available proxy configuration.

Offline Storage

Pages you view are normally stored in a special cache folder for quicker viewing the next time you visit the same page. You can specify the amount of disk space the cache can use here. You can also immediately clear the contents of the cache.

  • Clear Now: Immediately clears the current contents of the cache, freeing the disk space used by the cache.
  • Override automatic cache management: Checking this box allows you to specify the maximum size, in megabytes, of the cache on your computer.
  • Tell me when a website asks to store data for offline use: Allows websites to store data necessary to be used without an internet connection. If you have previously blocked a website from storing data for offline use and changed your mind, you can click the Exceptions… button. Select the site you want to stop blocking, and click Remove. To remove all websites in the list, click Remove All Sites.
  • The following websites have stored data for offline use: After a website has stored data for offline use, you can select it in the list, and click Remove… to delete the data.

Cached Web Content

Pages you view are normally stored in a special cache folder for quicker viewing the next time you visit the same page. You can specify the amount of disk space the cache can use here. You can also immediately clear the contents of the cache.

  • Clear Now: Immediately clears the current contents of the cache, freeing the disk space used by the cache.
  • Override automatic cache management: Checking this box allows you to specify the maximum size, in megabytes, of the cache on your computer.

Offline Web Content and User Data

  • Clear Now: Immediately clears data that is being saved by websites for use when you are offline.
  • Tell me when a website asks to store data for offline use: Allows websites to store data necessary to be used without an internet connection. If you have previously blocked a website from storing data for offline use and changed your mind, you can click the Exceptions… button. Select the site you want to stop blocking, and click Remove. To remove all websites in the list, click Remove All Sites.

Update tab

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Firefox can check whether updates to installed add-ons or to Firefox itself are available.

  • Automatically check for updates to: Select the things you want Firefox to check. It can check for updates to the Firefox application, any installed add-ons (except for plugins — use the plugin check page to update them) and search engines.
  • When updates to Firefox are found,
    • Ask me what I want to do: Updates to Firefox are installed automatically by default. Select this optionpreference to manually control how and when updates are installed.
    • Automatically download and install the update: When this optionpreference is selected, Firefox updates will be automatically downloaded and will be installed the next time Firefox is restarted. The Warn me if this will disable any of my add-ons optionpreference determines whether you will be warned before the installation of an update which would require an incompatible add-on to be disabled because no newer, compatible version exists. The warning will allow you to postpone installation of the update, though at the expense of improvements included in it.

      If all extensions and themes are compatible or can be updated to be compatible, the Firefox update will be installed. Upon restart you will be asked to install any needed add-on updates so that you can continue to use them.
  • Show Update History: Firefox automatically records the updates you have installed. You can view information about these updates by clicking this button.
    Note: You must be running Firefox as an administratorroot or as the user who originally installed Firefox to install Firefox updates.

Firefox updates

  • Automatically install updates (recommended: improved security): Firefox automatically downloads and installs found updates.
    • Warn me if this will disable any of my add-ons: If you wish to be prompted if the downloads will disable any installed add-ons, select that setting.
  • Check for updates, but let me choose whether to install them: Firefox lets you choose if you want to download and install updates. If you do not choose to do so, you can download them at a later time.
  • Never check for updates (not recommended: security risk): Firefox will not check for updates.
    Warning: If you select this setting, you will not receive critical security updates that may keep you safe online unless you frequently do a manual check for updates.
  • To review the history of updates that have been downloaded and installed, click Show Update History.
Note: You must be running Firefox as an administrator or as the user who originally installed Firefox to install Firefox updates.
Note: You must be running Firefox as an admin or as the user who originally installed Firefox to install Firefox updates.
Note: You must be running Firefox as root or as the user who originally installed Firefox to install Firefox updates.

Automatically update

  • Add-ons: Check this to receive automatic updates to your Add-ons (except for plugins — use the plugin check page to update them).
  • Search Engines: Check this to receive automatic updates to your search engines.

Firefox updates

  • Automatically install updates (recommended: improved security): Firefox automatically downloads and installs found updates.
    • Warn me if this will disable any of my add-ons: If you wish to be prompted if the downloads will disable any installed add-ons, select that setting.
  • Check for updates, but let me choose whether to install them: Firefox lets you choose if you want to download and install updates. If you do not choose to do so, you can download them at a later time.
  • Never check for updates (not recommended: security risk): Firefox will not check for updates.
    Warning: If you select this setting, you will not receive critical security updates that may keep you safe online unless you frequently do a manual check for updates.
  • To review the history of updates that have been downloaded and installed, click Show Update History.
Note: You must be running Firefox as an administrator or as the user who originally installed Firefox to install Firefox updates.
Note: You must be running Firefox as an admin or as the user who originally installed Firefox to install Firefox updates.
Note: You must be running Firefox as root or as the user who originally installed Firefox to install Firefox updates.

Automatically update

  • Search Engines: Check this to receive automatic updates to your search engines.

Firefox updates

  • Automatically install updates (recommended: improved security): Firefox automatically downloads and installs found updates.
    • Warn me if this will disable any of my add-ons: If you wish to be prompted if the downloads will disable any installed add-ons, select that setting.
  • Check for updates, but let me choose whether to install them: Firefox lets you choose if you want to download and install updates. If you do not choose to do so, you can download them at a later time.
  • Never check for updates (not recommended: security risk): Firefox will not check for updates.
    Warning: If you select this setting, you will not receive critical security updates that may keep you safe online unless you frequently do a manual check for updates.
  • To review the history of updates that have been downloaded and installed, click Show Update History.
  • Use a background service to install updates: Firefox will use the Mozilla Maintenance Service when installing updates. This will remove the need to authorize Firefox to make changes to your computer through the User Account Control dialog in Windows 7 and Vista.
Note: You must be running Firefox as an administrator or as the user who originally installed Firefox to install Firefox updates.

Automatically update

  • Search Engines: Check this to receive automatic updates to your search engines.

Firefox updates

  • Automatically install updates (recommended: improved security): Firefox automatically downloads and installs found updates.
    • Warn me if this will disable any of my add-ons: If you wish to be prompted if the downloads will disable any installed add-ons, select that setting.
  • Check for updates, but let me choose whether to install them: Firefox lets you choose if you want to download and install updates. If you do not choose to do so, you can download them at a later time.
  • Never check for updates (not recommended: security risk): Firefox will not check for updates.
    Warning: If you select this setting, you will not receive critical security updates that may keep you safe online unless you frequently do a manual check for updates.
  • To review the history of updates that have been downloaded and installed, click Show Update History.
Note: You must be running Firefox as an admin or as the user who originally installed Firefox to install Firefox updates.
Note: You must be running Firefox as root or as the user who originally installed Firefox to install Firefox updates.

Automatically update

  • Search Engines: Check this to receive automatic updates to your search engines.

Encryption tab

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Protocols

  • Use SSL 3.0: Specifies whether you want to send and receive secured information through SSL3 (Secure Sockets Layer, Level 3), a standard protocol for communicating securely with websites. Disabling it will prevent you from visiting some sites.
  • Use TLS 1.0: Specifies whether you want to send and receive secured information through TLS (Transport Layer Security), a security standard similar to SSL3 (Secure Sockets Layer). Disabling it will prevent you from visiting some sites.

Certificates

Certificates tab

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Certificates help perform encryption and decryption of connections to websites.

  • When a server requests my personal certificate: Some servers ask you to identify yourself with a personal certificate. In order to do so, they ask Firefox to generate one for you. When you visit the site in the future, Firefox will ask you for which certificate to use. If you wish to have Firefox automatically choose a certificate for you, select the Select one automatically optionpreference.
    Note: A personal certificate can contain personally identifiable information, such as your name or address. It may therefore harm your privacy if you select the Select one automatically optionpreference. If you do, you will not be alerted when a website request your personal certificate, and you may lose the ability to control who can access your personal information.
  • View Certificates: Click this button to view stored certificates, import new certificates, and back up or delete old certificates in Firefox.
  • Revocation Lists: Firefox can use Certificate Revocation Lists (also known as CRLs) to ensure that your certificates are always valid. Click the Revocation Lists button to manage the CRLs installed on your computer.
  • Validation: Firefox may ask an OCSP (Online Certificate Status Protocol) server to confirm that a certificate is still valid. By default, Firefox validates a certificate if the certificate provides an OCSP server. Alternately, you can choose an OCSP server against which to validate all certificates. Click the Validation button to manage these optionspreferences. You will most likely only need to change this if your Internet environment requires it.
  • Security Devices: Security devices can encrypt and decrypt connections and store certificates and passwords. If you need to use a security device other than the one in Firefox, click the Security Devices button.



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