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Whenever you discover yourself with longer than normal startup times after you upgraded to the new Firefox 3.5, you might have contracted a bug where Firefox 3.5 acquires the haphazardness it demands for protection purposes on Windows operating systems. The operation postulates scanning a few temporary files (folders), searching for information typically contributed by operating […]

After months of waiting, it’s finally here! Firefox 2.0 – get it now As for changes, at first glance it’s got a whole new glossier (web 2.0-ish?) look. The main change that I noticed over the previous version is that many features like the tab manager and session restore which were available as extensions earlier […]

This is a problem faced by many Firefox users. After updating Firefox to either version or, the DOM inspector and Talkback extensions do not work. The error message is “Disabled – not compatible with Firefox” (or This problem can easily be rectified. All you need to do is delete the files […]

Celebrating the World Firefox Day, here is your chance to test the Firefox 2.0. Starting on July 15, the day that the Mozilla Foundation was created, they ask that you tell just one person who doesn’t use Firefox why you think they should, why you do. Share Firefox with a friend. If your friend downloads […]

Here is a small set of changes that has to be made to make your firefox browser upto ten times faster. 1. Type "about:config" into the address bar and hit enter. Scroll down and look for the following entries: 2. Alter the entries as follows: Set "network.http.pipelining" to "true" Set "network.http.proxy.pipelining" to "true" set "network.http.pipelining.maxrequests" […]

FireFox is holding a competition where you are required to create a 30-second ad, animation/live action, that brings Firefox to life. The idea is to spread firefox around the world to the millions who are still unaware of this marvelous browser. If after watching your A, the audience is intrigued enough to download and use […]

Electronic Standard Book Number (ESBN) is the unique identifier of electronic content and media. ESBNs are recognized worldwide by electronic publishing companies and electronic content providers. ESBNs are simple and quick to generate and serve as branded identifier or copyright for individuals or companies developing electronic content and media. It is like tagging your posts […]

Have you had problems reading text online? Do you read a lot of eBooks? Do you spend time sqeezing your eye to make out what those tiny letters in a corner denote? eReader is an extension that Firfox offers to help you out. Thanks andman42!. The eReader lets you easily scale the text size and […]

Josiah Cole has some useful tips on the kind of bloopers webmasters can avoid on their blogs or websites. Sample this If your website does not work in Firefox, welcome to 2007 DUMBASS. Yes in most markets Firefox only commands at most a 10-15% market share, but for some sites it’s much higher (my other […]

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09Nov06 is a website launched by a group of students from IIM A to help MBA aspirants in their CAT preparation. As the name suggests you get 10 questions a day comprising of all three sections. Quick Online Tips reports the works on FireFox 3.0. FireFox 3.0 should be out by second quarter of 2007. […]