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You might have faced issue like not seeing address bar and tools menu in Mozilla Firefox sometimes. You might bit embarrassed by this. Here is the simple way to get your address bar and tools menu bar in Mozilla Firefox
Mozilla firefox will like this when the address bar and tool menu disappears
Now you need to press ALT Key on key board.Now you can see the tool bar and menu bar. To keep this settings, right click on VIEW option and Check options like Menu bar, Navigation Toolbar and Bookmarks Toolbar.
When you type Web addresses into your address bar, your computer stores a copy of them in your history. When you position your cursor within your address bar and press the down arrow key, you can see your previously visited Web pages. If you share your computer with other people, then you might not want your website history to be visible in your address bar. Luckily, you can delete website history from your address bar.
In Internet Explorer 7 Click "Tools." Click "Internet Options." Click the "General" tab. Click "Delete" next to "Browsing History." Click "Delete History" next to "Address Bar History." Click "Yes." Click "Close." Click "OK." In Internet Explorer 6 Click "Tools." Click "Internet Options." Click the "General" tab. Click "Clear History." Click "OK." In Mozilla Firefox 3 Click "Tools." Click "Options." Click "Privacy." Click "Clear Now." Check "Browsing History" beneath "Clear Private Data." Click "Clear Private Data Now." Click "OK."
Clear the Dropdown Address Bar For security and privacy's sake, you might want to clear the drop-down address bar in your Firefox browser. You can do so in just a few steps. Note that these entries will not be retrievable after they're deleted. Launch Firefox browser and click your cursor inside the address bar. Begin to type in the address that you wish to delete, but do not press "Enter" or click "Go." You will see the drop-down list auto-populate. Using the up or down keys on your keyboard, scroll down to the item you wish to remove from the listing. Press the "Delete" key on your keyboard to remove it permanently. Your browser will now be free of specific items that you wish to remove. Remove Unwanted Toolbars Permanently Web toolbars are add-on programs that enhance functionality of your browser. Usually they improve your online searches, offer quick access buttons to favorite websites and some provide pop-up blockers. However, there are spyware programs that only pose as toolbars. Yet other toolbars, although not harmful, install themselves without your consent. You can easily remove these unwanted toolbars permanently from your PC.
Go to the "Start" menu and click "Control Panel." Click "Uninstall a program" under the Programs area. Scroll through the list of currently installed programs, select the toolbar that you want to remove and click "Uninstall." Follow the step-by-step prompts to uninstall the toolbar. Restart your computer when prompted at the end of the removal. b> Firefox Launch Mozilla Firefox, click the "Tools" drop-down menu, select "Add-ons" and click "Extensions." Click the toolbar you want to remove in the new window. Click the "Uninstall" button. Restart the browser. Clear the Drop Down Menu in Mozilla Firefox b> Firefox's "autocomplete" feature helps speed up your Web browsing experience. Whenever you type in the browser's location bar, a drop-down menu appears. This menu may contain a mixture of previously visited websites and entries from your bookmarks collection. Although this feature makes it easier to revisit old sites, you may want to clear this drop-down menu when it becomes too large. Clearing the menu can reduce its and prevent others from viewing your browsing history if you share the computer.
Launch Firefox and click "Tools" to display a drop-down menu. Click the "Clear Recent History" option to view the "Clear Recent History" pop-up window. Click "Details." A list of options appears. Remove the check marks from all options, and place a check mark next to "Browsing & Download History." Click "Clear Now." b> Clear Bookmarks Click the "Tools" button again, and then click "Options" to display the "Options" window. Click "Privacy" and find the "Location Bar" section near the bottom of the window. Click the drop-down box in that section and click "Nothing." Click "OK."
Bring up MozillaFirefox, and just before you get to the blue bar running across the top of MozillaFirefox, right click the mouse button. It may take a couple of tries. Once a selection box appears next to the mouse, you should notice that the menu bar selection probably doesn't have a check mark next to it. Stroll down and highlight the menu bar selection, and with a left click of the mouse a check mark should appear next to it. This should cause "File Edit, View, etc." to all reappear. You probably don't have a check mark next to Navigation Toolbar either so, open the View tab and left click the Navigation Toolbar location. Upon completion of last instructions the address bar, refresh and back and forward should all reappear.
The Firefox "menu bar" includes dropdown menus for various tasks (including "File", "Edit", etc.). If
the menu bar does not display, press the "Alt" key (if you are using
Windows). That will restore the menu bar temporarily. To restore it permanently, go to the menu bar and
select: View > Toolbars > Menu bar
The Firefox "navigation toolbar" includes the "back", "forward", "reload" buttons, and the address bar (where you type a web address). If the navigation bar does not display, go to the menu bar and select: View > Toolabars > Navigation toolbar
open Mozilla Firefox and press ALT Key on key boar, now you can see all men bar appears on your Mozilla..Now right click any empty space near address bar of Mozilla Firefox and select option menu bar . now it will stay there forever.