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.
Firefox 55 added a new privacy feature, called First-Party Isolation, that safeguards users from cross-site tracking. Here’s how you can enable First-Party Isolation in Firefox.
Mozilla wants to help eliminate in-page popups or at least provide something in the Firefox browser that makes it easier to work around them. Read on to find out more.
Firefox is a heavily customizable browser. One of the many settings you can change are the search engines installed within the browser. Learn how you can add, create and manage the search engines in Firefox.
If you just switched to Firefox, you’ll want to import your bookmarks or favorites from your current browser. This tutorial will walk you through the process of importing user data from Chrome to Firefox.
Firefox 57 comes with a lot of changes, and that includes a new tab design. Learn how you can customize the Firefox Quantum new tab page to your liking.
The release of the new Firefox Quantum promises amazing speed, new minimal design, and a bunch of changes that will make Firefox go head-to-head against the other browsers.
While Linux is seen as needlessly complex, you can easily configure Linux for children and make it kids-friendly and easy to use.
If you prefer the mouse more than the keyboard, here are some mouse gesture addons you can add to Chrome and Firefox to improve your productivity.
Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox now both offer out-of-the-box support for WebVR. This article will explain what WebVR is and how it affects you.
Your web browser is an important line of defense in the struggle for your privacy and security online. Configure Firefox to block many common threats.
At one time we may have only visited a browser once or twice a day, but browsers are now used much more often. Which browser do you use and why?
If you’re concerned about your privacy, you might want to disable the location-sharing feature. Learn how to disable location sharing in various browsers.
Firefox has a lot going on under the hood that you can play around with. Here are some of the tips and tricks for Firefox that you may not know about.
Mozilla’s WebExtensions for Firefox is a new API to replace the existing extension API. This means that a lot of your favorite add-ons might not work anymore. Here’s how it will affect you.
While the Firefox developer edition is available for Linux, its installation is not as straightforward. Here’s how to install Firefox Developer edition in Linux.
Firefox for Android is yet another useful browser you can use on your mobile device. Here are some of the best tips and tricks for Firefox for Android you can use.
When using a PC for a long period of time, eye strain is definitely an issue. Fortunately, you can add “night mode” to your browsers to solve the issue. Learn how you can add night mode to Chrome and Firefox.
Tracking users is a major part of the modern Web. Fortunately, if you want to stop sites from tracking you, here are a few add-ons for Firefox to reclaim some of your privacy.
Sometimes you want to do a search that you don’t want Google to track. Here are a few ways to search Google anonymously in Firefox without having to log out of your various Google services.
You probably are not satisfied with Firefox’s default speed-dial-like new tab page. Here are some ways to spice up your Firefox’s new tab page.
Firefox now has the ability to receive desktop-style web push notifications from select websites. For those who find it annoying, here’s how to disable web push notifications in Firefox.
Ever wanted to save a set of browser tabs and return to them later? Here’s how to save and restore browser sessions in Chrome, Firefox, and Vivaldi.
GIFs can be fun, but they can also affect your browsing experience and cause web pages to load slower. Here’s how to stop GIFs from automatically playing in all browsers.
Servo is a new web rendering engine by Mozilla. In a few years it may just be replacing Gecko in Firefox. Here’s how to try it out right now.
If you’re looking for a way to speed up your browser, one method you might want to consider is disabling images. This article explains how and why to do it.
If you want to install and use Chrome extensions in Firefox and Opera, here is how you can do so with the help of a dedicated extension. Check it out!
Did you know that Firefox lets you open web pages on the left side to keep up with its information? Here’s how to load web pages in the Firefox sidebar.
One of the most essential apps in all of our arsenals, whether we do our computing on a mobile device, laptop, or desktop, is the browser. Are you loyal to one browser or are you constantly switching?
Missing the Firefox status bar? Some are using add-ons to make up for it, such as Puzzle Bars. Here’s how to use it to add multiple Firefox icon bars to the browser.
Nirsoft’s freeware, BrowserAddonsView, lets you see all the extensions installed in your system. Here’s how BrowserAddonsView can help you keep track of all your browser extensions.
Did a toolbar magically appear in Firefox after installing a program or do you have a toolbar you want gone? This tutorial will show you how to remove them.
One of the most annoying problems Firefox users complain about is browser crashes. This explains what to do when Firefox keeps crashing.
Do you prefer the style of Firefox’s download manager over Chrome’s? Luckily for you, there’s a Chrome extension that will allow you to get it. Check it out.
Not everyone can figure out NoScript or Ghostery, though those are great browser extensions. So for this article we’ll show you the best security add-ons for Firefox that don’t intrude on your browsing experience.
One way to speed up the loading time of pages is to disable the auto loading of images. Here’s how you can do it in Chrome and Firefox.
Have you ever started Firefox in Safe Mode and can’t get out of it? Even worse, maybe every time you start Firefox, it’s in Safe Mode? If so, here’s how to fix that.
Looking to change up the way tabs work in Firefox? Meet the Tree Style Tabs add-on, a different approach to the traditional “browser with tabs.”
Sometimes you have too many tabs open. Luckily, there are a few solutions for this, such as coloured tabs. Here’s how to change tab colours in Firefox.