Articles tagged: Mozilla Firefox
Clearing your browser cache is the first thing to try when you encounter webpage problems. I’ll look at why and how to clear your cache.
Multiple instances of your browser showing in the task manager is not a problem — it’s how browsers work. It’s the total RAM usage you should pay attention to.
It’s difficult to go wrong when selecting a browser these days.
Clearing all cookies can be painful. Fortunately, it’s also possible to clear cookies one site at a time.
Responding to notification permissions is annoying. In some browsers, we can turn that off completely.
Firefox and other browsers include diagnostic tools. I’ll show how to use the network tool to diagnose slow-loading web pages.
Modern browsers include a webpage debugging tool that you should know about, even if you aren’t a web developer.
It’s fairly easy to clear Mozilla Firefox’s cache. Here’s how… and why you might want to.
With versions of Internet Explorer prior to 11 going out of support, I’ll review what that means, and make recommendations as to what steps you should take.
Web browsers aren’t necessarily the most secure approach to saving your login passwords. I’ll show you how to disable the feature and clear out any previously remembered passwords in IE, Firefox and Chrome.
As you’ll see, website-browser compatibility is a bit of a mess. The solution is just what you suggest: have more than one browser ready to go on your computer.
Thunderbird is a robust and powerful email program that can meet the needs of both light and power users. I use it all day every day.