This is a must read guide to anyone who wants to learn how to browse faster and more conveniently with Firefox. Firefox Secrets will teach you how to get the most from Mozilla, including how to find and use all the hidden features, extensions available to you. You'll learn:
- Ways to ease the transition from Internet Explorer
- A way to setup multiple "homepages" when you launch your browser
- Read RSS feeds from within Firefox using a free extension
- Where to download a new and less obtrusive "Download Manager"
- The best "must-have" extensions to download as well as the "fun" ones
- Two different ways to speed up Firefox downloads with prefetcher and pipelining
- Firefox's secret features for Web Developers
- And much, much more!
Firefox Secrets is the ultimate guide to the Web Browser that major magazines, newspapers and even Microsoft's own "Slate.com" website are recommending as the ultimate replacement to Internet Explorer.
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