As it stands, Firefox is a good web browser and a viable alternative to the browsers that are bundled on Mac and Windows ...
PCs. What really sets Firefox apart from other browsers though is the huge library of Add-ons. These are free "extensions" that change Firefox's behavior to better suit individual wants and needs in a web browser.
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Welcome back to the Firefox 101 Series. Firefox works fine as a web browser on its own, but you can enhance your experience by installing Add-ons which extends the functionality of Firefox.
There are many different types of Add-ons to choose from. And more are added to the Firefox Add-on directory every day. There are Add-ons to give you alerts and updates, change the appearance of Firefox and help you manage your bookmarks just to name up here.
You can browse your Firefox Add-ons by category or do a search. Once you found what you like, select it and you can read more about it. Read reviews that other users have written about the Add on.
To install it, click on Add to Firefox then install now. It just takes a minute and then you need to restart Firefox. When the Firefox is restarted, I’ll show you how you can manage all the Add-on to use.
Click on “Tools” and then “Add-ons”. This is your Add-on manager. Any time you want to change the settings of the Firefox Add-on or remove it, this is where you’ll do that; these are all of my Firefox Add-ons. You can also look for new Add-ons by doing a search right from here. Then you can also add them from here.
Remember, there are ten parts to these series so don’t forget to check out all the other episodes in the Firefox 101 Series.