Question about Mozilla Firefox
For common Firefox settings, go to:
Tools > Options
For technical settings ("preferences"), enter "about:config" (no quote marks) in the browser address bar. You can then change individual settings.
See also this helpful article on Firefox preferences:
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Feb 07, 2013 | Mozilla Firefox
As we all know, when the Mozilla Firefox is installed,
another version called "Mozilla Firefox (Safe Mode)" is installed. But most
firefox users don't know it's importance and would consider it to run in Safe
Mode. This feature is also used to Change the Firefox settings/preferences.
If you've messed up with the security settings, add-ons,
etc..etc.. we have to reset all the settings from the Mozilla Firefox (Safe Mode).
To do this, follow the steps below:
For windows xp
then "Run" and type in "firefox -safe-mode"
[Note: one space after "firefox"] and press enter. A new window will
open up (shown below)
You can select whatever you want to restore, but if you only
need to reset the changes you've made to the "Preferences", then simply select (check mark) the "Reset all user preferences to Firefox
defaults" and click "Make
Changes and Restart". Once you click the "Make Changes and Restart", firefox will restart.
If your operating system isn't Windows XP, then the commands
are as follows:
Windows Vista and
then "Start Search" and type in "firefox.exe -safe-mode" (one space
and "Utilities" then "Terminal" and
type in "/Applications/Firefox.app/Contents/MacOS/firefox
-safe-mode" and press enter"
then type in "/path/to/firefox/firefox
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