Changing a browser’s user agent allows you to test your site for different browser. Here is how you can change the user agent in Chrome, Firefox and MS Edge.
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You can easily lose all your open tabs when your browser crashes. Luckily, both Firefox and Chrome have options for you to properly manage your sessions.
If your Firefox browser is lagging and running slow, these tips will have you covered!
If you are concerned about your privacy, Firefox Containers let you create a separate box for each of your online lives. See how they work here.
Windows 10’s new Timeline feature is great, but it only works for Microsoft Edge. This article shows how to make the Timeline feature work on Firefox and Chrome.
What exactly are magnet links? How do you set them up and open them? And how do you change the program that they link to? We reveal all here.
Thankfully, Mozilla is aiming to help us out with data breaches by offering the option to check if accounts have been breached with Firefox Monitor.
Learn how to make Firefox blend in with your Linux desktop.
Yes, Firefox Quantum and Firefox Nightly can run together. Here’s how.
Mozilla has begun to roll out two-factor authentication in Firefox accounts. For Firefox users, here’s how to enable two-factor authentication in Firefox.
Firefox’s recent update to version 60 started displaying sponsored ads on a new tab. These are the steps to disable sponsored ads in Firefox.
The Firefox “Inspect Element” tool is a useful tool to help you investigate the underpinnings of a website’s operation. Find out how it works.
Firefox’s extensions library offers several add-ons that can enhance your online music listening experience. Here are 7 of the best ones.
To answer one of the web’s most divisive questions: which is better, Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox? Loyalists on either side will tell you that their browser is the best, so the only way to reach a verdict is to compare numbers.
If you are a Firefox and Facebook user, you can use the Facebook Container add-on to keep Facebook’s tracking strictly inside its own tab and disable its trackers on external pages.
Pocket is built into the Firefox browser, but not everyone’s a fan of the Pocket integration. If you’re someone who dislikes it, here’s how you can disable Pocket in Firefox.
If you have upgraded to Firefox Quantum and are a web developer, here are some of the best add-ons for web development that will work in Firefox Quantum.
Firefox’s NoScript add-on has been updated to work with Firefox Quantum. This tutorial touches on the basics of NoScript’s new method of operation and how to use it to block scripts.