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You can now set Firefox as your default iOS browser

d4149980-fcc8-11ea-b8b4-9aec3fbb96d6One big benefit of iOS 14 is that you can set non-Apple-made apps as your default, including for email and web browsing. Hot on the heels of you being able to set Chrome and Gmail as your clients of choice, Firefox is enabling you to make its browser…

Source: https://www.engadget.com/mozilla-firefox-ios-14-130014162.html
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How to Play Mozilla Firefox’s Hidden Unicorn Pong Game

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It seems like every browser has a hidden game these days. Chrome has a dinosaur game, Edge has surfing, and Firefox has . . . unicorn pong? Yep, you read that right—here’s how to play it.

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Source: https://www.howtogeek.com/688518/how-to-play-mozilla-firefoxs-hidden-unicorn-pong-game/
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The Article Was Written/Published By: Benj Edwards

Firefox’s New Android Browser Is a Pretty Placebo For Your Privacy Woes

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Every browser has a certain something to set it apart from the others. Edge has that logo. Chrome hogs your memory. And Mozilla’s Firefox really, really cares about your privacy. The idea of keeping your web-browsing experience personal is something the company’s been emphasizing in every product update for the past…

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Source: https://gizmodo.com/firefoxs-new-android-browser-is-a-pretty-placebo-for-yo-1844826300
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The Article Was Written/Published By: Shoshana Wodinsky

How to Disable “Recommended by Pocket” Stories in Firefox

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By default, Mozilla Firefox shows you a selection of news stories from around the web (called “Recommended by Pocket”) on its Firefox Home page. If you’d prefer to turn those recommendations off, Mozilla makes it easy. Here’s how.

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Source: https://www.howtogeek.com/684486/how-to-disable-recommended-by-pocket-stories-in-firefox/
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How to Set Mozilla Firefox as the Default Browser on Windows 10

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If you recently bought a new PC or just want to switch to Firefox from another browser, like Microsoft Edge or Chrome, you can easily set it as the default. Follow the steps below to set Mozilla Firefox as your default browser on Windows 10.

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Source: https://www.howtogeek.com/680766/how-to-set-mozilla-firefox-as-the-default-browser-on-windows-10/
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How to Set Mozilla Firefox as the Default Browser on Mac

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If you bought a new Mac, or if you’re wanting to switch to Firefox from a different browser like Safari or Chrome, you can easily set it as the default. Here’s how to set Mozilla Firefox as the default browser on Mac.

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Source: https://www.howtogeek.com/680620/how-to-set-mozilla-firefox-as-the-default-browser-on-mac/
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How to Use Chrome, Firefox, or Safari to Change All of Your Bad Passwords

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Passwords have long been a vulnerable way to safeguard your online accounts, which is why measures like two-factor authentication are now so widespread. Web browsers are also adding more features to try and promote good password habits.

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Source: https://gizmodo.com/how-to-use-chrome-firefox-or-safari-to-change-all-of-1844354112
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The Article Was Written/Published By: David Nield

How to Enable (or Disable) Cookies in Mozilla Firefox

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When you browse the internet with cookies enabled, websites can save your passwords and other data (with your consent), making your browsing experience a bit more enjoyable. Here’s how to enable (or disable) cookies in Mozilla Firefox.

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Source: https://www.howtogeek.com/679048/how-to-enable-and-disable-cookies-in-mozilla-firefox/
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How to View a Saved Password in Firefox

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Sometimes, you need to log in to a site on a different device or browser, but you’ve forgotten the password. If you’ve previously let Firefox store the password, you can easily retrieve it on Windows 10, Macs, and Linux. Here’s how.

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Source: https://www.howtogeek.com/679085/how-to-view-a-saved-password-in-firefox/
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How to Clear Cache and Cookies in Mozilla Firefox

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If you’re trying to fix loading or formatting issues to improve your browsing experience in Mozilla Firefox, clearing your cache and cookies is an excellent place to start. Here’s how, and what happens when you delete them.

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Source: https://www.howtogeek.com/678794/how-to-clear-cache-and-cookies-in-mozilla-firefox/
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