Tag Archives: Mozilla Firefox

Firefox 44 introduces a “Do not disturb” mode

Firefox 44 introduces a “Do not disturb” mode

The upcoming Mozilla Firefox 44 web browser, which is available in the Nightly channel at the moment of this writing, features a new option called "Do not disturb". It is a feature intended to postpone pop-up notifications from websites which the user has otherwise allowed to show.

How to copy URLs of opened tabs in Firefox without extensions

How to copy URLs of opened tabs in Firefox without extensions

One fine day, I needed to copy the web addresses (URLs) of all opened tabs at once to the clipboard. This did not seem easy to do in Firefox as the browser offers no such option. However, this can be done quickly and easily. You don't even need to install extensions. Read this article if you are interested in knowing how to copy the location from all open tabs.

Fix Firefox does not update itself automatically

Fix Firefox does not update itself automatically

Mozilla designed its Firefox browser to be updated automatically. During Firefox setup, it installs a background service which installs new versions of the Firefox browser automatically. If this does not work for you, here is what you can do.

Tab muting feature and sound indicator come to Firefox

Tab muting feature and sound indicator come to Firefox

With Firefox 42, Mozilla has finally added the long awaited feature of muting the audio of individual tabs to its Firefox browser. Because of an audio indicator on each tab, you can see which tab is playing audio at any moment. Let's explore how it works.

How to set Firefox as the default browser in Windows 10

How to set Firefox as the default browser in Windows 10

In Windows 10, Microsoft changed the way apps are set by default yet again. It changed in Windows 8 too and became far too restricted so explicit user interaction was required. Software cannot set itself as the default app starting with Windows 8. Now in Windows 10, the user interface has changed. In this article, we will see how to set Firefox as the default browser in Windows 10.

Tip: Use keyword shortcuts and tags for bookmarks in Firefox

Tip: Use keyword shortcuts and tags for bookmarks in Firefox

I was a former user of the classic Opera 12 browser which got discontinued by its developers in favor of the Chromium-based version. In Opera, I used keywords heavily for my bookmarks. Adding keywords for bookmarks means adding a few short-lettered aliases so that typing them in the address bar directly opens that particular bookmarked page. My current browser of choice, Mozilla Firefox, comes with a similar feature. Let's see how it works.