Browsing the Web Using Firefox 30

Browsing the Web Using Firefox® 30 is an online training series for beginner to intermediate Internet users who wish to use the popular open source web browsing software program. Firefox has some unique and easy-to-use features that distinguish it from Internet Explorer®, Google™ Chrome, and other popular web browsers. Since it is open source, you can customize it to behave exactly as you wish, so you control your browser, not the other way around. In this series, we'll cover how to get started downloading and installing Firefox, how to adjust basic security settings and browser options, install add-ons and plug-ins, using tabs, how to bookmark and organize pages, and we'll reveal a few more tricks that will save you time when browsing the Internet.

Tutorial series by Dan Fanella

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