Although Firefox is set up to update automatically by default, updating it manually involves clicking on About Firefox on the Firefox menu bar, and then clicking on the Restart to Update button. This process only takes a... More »

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Change your default home page in Firefox using the options in the Preferences section. You can also drag and drop an open tab onto the Home icon; this allows you to change the home page without using the Preferences sect... More »

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You can update your browser automatically with automatic updates or manually within the "About" section of the browser preferences. You need an Internet-ready computer and either Chrome or Firefox installed to begin. Int... More »

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Change your default home page in Firefox using the options in the Preferences section. You can also drag and drop an open tab onto the Home icon; this allows you to change the home page without using the Preferences sect... More »

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To restore the toolbar in Firefox, click on the Customize button, then click on Restore Defaults. If the toolbar buttons do not reappear, reset Firefox to its default settings. More »

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To restore Firefox to its original state, click the Reset button in the troubleshooting section. Firefox lets you restore or reset the browser if problems occur or if the browser responds slower than normal. More »

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To clear the cache in Firefox, click on Tools or History from your browser menu, and click Clear Recent History. In the Clear Recent History dialogue box, select a time range from the Time Range To Clear drop-down menu. ... More »

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