How 2 browse with mozilla
One of the great things about Mozilla programs is the wealth of downloads and plug-ins available for use. With a little bit of time, you can get your browser or email client to do just about anything you desire. Follow these steps as you browse Mozilla downloads to find your next plug-in. 1.Choose the program you want to find a download for. Mozilla has created a host of software applications to choose from, so you first need to decide what exactly you're looking for and then go to that program's home page. You can choose from Firefox, Thunderbird, Sea Monkey, Camino, Sunbird and many others. Firefox and Thunderbird are the most popular applications.
2.Click the "Add-ons" tab at the top of the page. Each Mozilla program has a series of tabs at the top of the page; clicking "Add-ons" lets you browse downloads of the program in question. It takes you to a page that gives you the option of searching for add-ons or browsing different categories.
3.Type something into the search box. If you're looking for a download that does a certain thing--for example, an RSS reader-- simply type that into the box and then click "Search." You'll get a list of programs related to your search.
4.Choose a category. If you're not looking for something specific, you can click on the categories on the left hand side to drill down to see more. If you click on "Bookmarks," for instance, you come up with a series of six to eight of the most popular choices. You can also sort by highest rated or last updated if you prefer.
5.Drill down even further. Once you find a download title that sounds interesting, you can click on the name to see its download page. Each page has a graphic, a longer description and reviews. You can then decide whether you want to download it or move on to something else.
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Oct 19, 2011 |
HP Computers & Internet