Playing around with about:config
, is a lot easier than doing registry edits, and a lot safer.
To play it safe, you can Create a new profile
, and play around with it.
The good news is your cannot mess anything up permanently. Changes made to about:config
are stored in a file called, (user.js)
, that is not present by default in the Mozilla profile folder.
To go back to the bone stock configuration, simply delete that file and it's like the changes never happened.
To undo the effects of a mistakenly entered or undesirable custom-created preference, right-click on it and select Reset, then close all instances of Firefox and restart it.
To open about:config
Double click the blank space, in the Tab Bar
, or right click a tab and select New Tab
This will open a new, blank Tab.
In the Address Bar, type; about:config
- memory, and disk, cache informationabout:plugins
- lists plugins installedabout:buildconfig
- build configuration used for this versionabout:credits
- explanation of the Mozilla Public Licenseabout:mozilla
- mozilla credo (where I got my sig
Edited by tg1911, 05 May 2007 - 10:15 AM.