Take Screenshots With The Firefox Screenshot Tool

Firefox includes a useful screenshot tool that can take screen captures of web pages. To use it, go to the webpage for which a screenshot needs to be taken and right-click anywhere. Then choose Take Screenshot. This will bring up the screenshot tool. There are three options to take a screenshot: Selected region Full Page Visible area Selected region: To take a screenshot of an area of the webpage,...

How To Tag And Add Keywords For Firefox Bookmarks

Bookmarks in Firefox can be organized by tagging them and by using keywords for them. Here is how to do that: Right-click on the bookmark and select Edit Bookmark. In the Tags field, enter a suitable tag based on the type of the bookmarked website. You can also use the same tag for different bookmarks of similar categories. From the Keyword section, add a suitable keyword for the bookmark.   Click...

How To View And Change Firefox Update Settings

Just as it is with viewing the installed Firefox Studies, you can also view the list of installed updates in Firefox and their features. Here is how: Access Firefox settings by typing in the address bar: about://preferences Click on the General section and scroll down to the Firefox Updates section. To view the list of installed updates, click on Show Update History. It will show all the installed...

How To Enable Or Disable Firefox Studies

New experimental features in Firefox are tested first as Firefox studies before being rolled out to all the users. This option can be enabled or disabled if needed. Here is how: Open Firefox, and in the address bar, type: about:studies If there are any Firefox studies available and active, they will be listed. To disable them and opt out of any new studies, click on the Update Options button. Alternatively,...

How To Set Helper Applications In Firefox

Firefox can be configured to open or download files of different types while browsing. So you can associate specific file types to directly open with their applications rather than trying to view them in Firefox. These are called Helper Applications. Here is how to configure them: Open Firefox and in the address bar, type in: about:preferences This will open the General settings page. Scroll down...

How To Configure Selective Syncing In Different Browsers

Syncing browsing data is a useful feature that is found in various browsers. It can help to maintain a consistent browsing experience across different devices. This requires a sync account depending on the browser which can be used to sign in anywhere and download the synced data. You can however choose what to sync and make available instead of syncing everything like typed-in data, browser history,...