Mozilla now offers the 64-bit version of Firefox as the default for users running a 64-bit version of Windows instead of 32-bit.
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Mozilla’s Thunderbird desktop email client doesn’t have a calendar out of the box. The Lightning calendar addon gives Outlook a run for its money, and it’s all free.
Firefox has picked up the pace with quick updates in a Chrome-like fashion. In another move similar to Chrome, Firefox now has a native PDF viewer. If you ask me, it’s about time!
A lot of people don’t like applications to download and install updates automatically. If you want to disable automatic updates in Firefox, and manually update it, here’s how.
Firefox OS, Mozilla’s mobile operating system, has been talked about for a while, but now we also have a release period for the first devices – early 2013.
Many people find it annoying when they have to transfer bookmarks from one browser to another. If you recently switched to Google Chrome from Firefox and want to transfer your bookmarks, here’s how to do it.
We recently showed you how Google Chrome users recover deleted bookmarks. If you’re a Firefox user and have accidentally deleted bookmarks, you are in luck. Restoring bookmarks in Mozilla Firefox is easy.
Firefox app tabs tend to get lost at times when you restart or launch the browser. Then you’ll have to save them all over again. Here’s how to avoid the annoyance.
Mozilla’s Thunderbird handles emails on the desktop like a champ, but it doesn’t have a built in backup feature.Here’s how to manually back up your Thunderbird Emails and Profiles.
If there’s one thing I like about Gmail, it’s conversation view. Thunderbird doesn’t have this feature by default, but with this addon, you can get the same type of functionality.
If your Thunderbird inbox seems to be full of spam, why not start marking emails as junk. You can skip an extra step by sending them straight to the trash as well.
Mozilla recently updated the popular open source browser to version 13. It includes a new Homepage and New Tab Page. Is 13 a lucky number for Mozilla and Firefox?
Mozilla today released Firefox 7.0 for Windows, Apple OS X and Linux . In a surprise unveiling today — the upgrade arrives just a month after Mozilla’s Firefox 6.0 major release — Firefox 7 via Mozilla is out. Mozilla promises a range of security, performance, readability and stability enhancements. We’ll bring you continuing coverage — […]
Sometimes when you visit a website you’ll see an “Additional plugins are required to display…” notification at the top of Firefox. Usually it is because you legitimately don’t have the correct plugin to view content on the website (such as Flash player) but other times it may be because the website wants you to install […]