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I want to delete firefox from my computer

I do not like this program (Firefox) and want to get it off my computer permanently

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Search on your computer for 'Control Panel' and open it. Then go to 'Programs' and 'Uninstall a Program'. A list of programs that are installed on your computer will show up. Scroll until you find Firefox, click on it, and the option 'Uninstall' will show up on the top. Click on that and you will be guided through the uninstall process.

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1. Findind the Mozilla Firefox folder in your computer and using the uninstall icon
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Try uninstalling firefox,

then, go to computer, your c drive, program files, and delete the mozilla folder.

Then, restart the computer.

and then download a fresh copy of firefox, and install it.

If you cant get the internet now with firefox, then check your internet connection to make sure it isnt down.

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Mozilla's Firefox is a popular Web browser. If Firefox 2 fails to respond after previously working, the user may have installed an add-on, theme or other modification that is in conflict with the program.

You can attempt to start Firefox in Safe Mode to see if this solves the problem. Windows users should open the Start Menu, open the Firefox folder in the programs list and choose "Mozilla Firefox (Safe Mode)." A prompt will appear, asking the user if she wants to make changes -- such as disabling add-ons and using the default toolbars -- permanent. The user can skip ahead to Safe Mode.

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1. Try opening the Firefox in the Safe Mode from Start -> All Programs-> Mozilla Firefox -> Mozilla Firefox (Safe Mode) and check.

2. If it opening in Safe Mode, then uninstall any conflicts Add-ons and try.

3. Uninstall the Firefox from the Computer, delete all the Folders of the Firefox from the "Programs Files" and "Documents and Settings" (in XP) or "Users" (in Vista or Windows 7) including the Profile and extension Folder of the Firefox.

4. Restart the Computer and then install the Firefox again.

This should resolve the issue.


Good Luck!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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The best way to fix this issue is to completely uninstall the Firefox from your PC and then reinstall it again.

First uninstall it from your control panel add/remove programs.Then open up My computer then C-drive and open the Programs Folder.In that if you find the Mozilla or Firefox folders just delete them permanently by holding the Shift+delete key.

Similarly open C-drive again and in Windows folder look for Mozilla and firefox folders.If you find them delete permanently.

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