Tuesday, July 23, 2013

How to Configure Mozilla Firefox

If you are fed up of using Internet Explorer for surfing the internet, Mozilla Firefox, a open source browser can be the best option for you.You can activate ActiveX on Firefox .Mozilla Firefox is popular due to its feature to be able to customize very easily. To customize Mozilla Firefox, Select the “Tools” from menu bar and then click on the “Options” sub-menu. Under the option panel, it has seven icons named as “Main”, “Tabs”,“Content”, “Applications”, “Privacy”, “Security” and “Advance” you can see.
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  1.Click on the icon of the Firefox options panel. There you will the options named as-startup, download and add-ons. Select the Startup option to make the settings about what page you want to see when you launch your Firefox browser. With download option, you can customize the option related to show the download dialog box while downloading and also where you want to save the downloaded documents.You can also customize the functions of add-ons like-extensions, themes and many more.

  2.Now click on the “Tabs” icon. Now you have to decide how you want your Firefox browser to behave while you use this application. You have to customize how want to open a webpage, the choices are in a new tab, in a current tab or in a new window. Select the warning option now, you want to see regarding the tab and you can also decide when you want to hide the Mozilla Firefox tab menu.

  3.Click the icon of “Content”. Select it if you want to block the other dialog box, want to download the images immediate or want to enable the Javascript. You can also customize the color and font option for the web page if you do not need the same as created by the web page developer.

  4.Now Click on the “Application” menu icon. Here we will observe a list of files and also the associated files of Firefox. Generally, audio files are linked with Microsoft Windows Media Player by default. If you want to listen this in other application, then you can easily do that also.

  5.Click on “Privacy” option now.Here you can customize the history information for how many days, it could be your choice only to save the cookies  and when you want to clear the history.

  6.Now select the “Security” option. This option indicates that Firefox will warn you when the website needs to install add-ons to show the full content or of attacking websites. You can set the password here and also give you the warning messages if you want to see the content of encrypted sites.

  7.Now the turn of “Advanced” option. Here you will see four tabs named as “General”, “Network”, “Update” and “Encryption”. In “General”, you can set the scrolling and spelling preference and also  you can select the option that Firefox always checks that it is your default browser or not.”Network” option controls the connection configuration, it is used in the rare case only and also you can change the size of the cache also her only. On the “Update” tab, here you can set the option whether Firefox updates itself automatically or you want the Firefox to ask you to update it now or not. The “Encryption” tab put a record of all the protocols and certificate preferences,  which is rarely needed.

  8.Close the option panel now and just check out the preferences what you have made in the Firefox. If you are not sure about any of the settings, then go to the settings and change the needed modifications.

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