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Title: Archival copy: Intro to Firefox [videos]
Authors: Cleary, Jacob
Keywords: School of Information
web browsing software
Issue Date: 29-Apr-2006
Publisher: School of Information
Abstract: Welcome to an Introduction to Firefox, an alternative to Internet Explorer for browsing the web. This tutorial has the following objectives: * Explain what Firefox is and why you might want to use it * How to download & install Firefox on a PC * How to import your bookmarks and preferences from your old browser * How to explore the following features of Firefox: o Tabbed browsing, o Popup blocking, o Integrated search engines, o Keyword searches, o Bookmarks (including Live Bookmarks, which incorporates RSS), and o Downloading and installing themes and extensions for Firefox.
Description: Archival copy
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2081/1701
Appears in Collections:Firefox, Introduction to

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