Category Archives: Firefox
Importing and Exporting Firefox passwords can be useful if you use Firefox on more than one computer, e.g. a laptop and a desktop PC.
I can’t stress the importance of the master password in Firefox if you are one of the users who is letting Firefox save passwords for you so that you do not need to enter the password and username again when visiting the site at a later time.
One of the biggest features and strength of the Firefox web browser is its extensions engine and the support it receives from the Firefox community. Users find thousands of different add-ons for virtually any purpose in the official extensions gallery over at Mozilla.
A friend of mine who was visiting saw me using Firefox as my web browser and said that I was putting myself at risk because anyone could easily snag all my site passwords due to the way that Firefox saves account passwords. Is it true? If so, how do I avoid this danger?
Just a few short years ago, Google Chrome didn’t exist, Internet Explorer was what everyone used to surf the web, and with the dawn of Mozilla’s Firefox, the tables shifted towards it. It was clearly winning over the hearts and hard drives of users everywhere.
About one week ago, IE9 was released. Yesterday, Mozilla released Firefox4. The browser empire was fell into a hot melee since then. Now, let’s look through specific details of Firefox4.