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Firefox Tweak Guide

Firefox Tweak Guide
Author: Koroush Ghazi Last Modified: September 2015 Printable Version: Printing Guides Introduction Mozilla Firefox, or simply Firefox for short, is a free web browser, one of several that are now available for use in navigating the Internet. These days, there is strong competition in the browser market, with Internet Explorer, Chrome and Opera all being viable free alternatives to Firefox. So what makes Firefox worth considering as your primary browser? Whether you're a first-time user or a veteran, this Firefox Tweak Guide brings together a range of resources to help you get the most out of the browser. Note: This guide refers to Version 41.0 of Firefox and newer.

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