Mozilla Firefox has a user interface that is extremely customizable. This means that you can add or remove buttons from the toolbar in order to customize your individual experience. To add a new button to the Firefox toolbar, right click on any of the toolbar icons and a menu should appear as shown below.
Now click on the Customize option as indicated by the red arrow in the image above. A new window will be displayed that lists all the available icons as shown by the red arrow in the image below.
Now select the button you wish to add to the Firefox toolbar by left-clicking on it once, continue holding the left mouse button, and then dragging the button to where you want it to be located on the toolbar, and then letting the mouse button go. You can see an example of this illustrated below.
The button will now be located at the location you dragged and released the button as seen in the image below.
Once you drag the button to the toolbar, it will stay in that location forever. In the future, you can always remove the button if you no longer wish it to be on the toolbar.
In addition to customizing the buttons on the Firefox toolbar, you can also customize what buttons are displayed in the Firefox menu. This provides easy access to Firefox extensions or other desired features.
By default Windows hides certain files from being seen with Windows Explorer or My Computer. This is done to protect these files, which are usually system files, from accidentally being modified or deleted by the user. Unfortunately viruses, spyware, and hijackers often hide there files in this way making it hard to find them and then delete them.
Mozilla Firefox provides an easy to access toolbar at the top of the browser window that contains a variety of icons for popular and commonly used features. As you add new Firefox extensions, though, the toolbar can become filled with unwanted icons. This guide will explain how to remove a button from the Firefox toolbar.
If you have previously added some buttons to your Firefox menu, you can just as easily remove them to provide more room for other features.
If you use a computer, read the newspaper, or watch the news, you will know about computer viruses or other malware. These are those malicious programs that once they infect your machine will start causing havoc on your computer. What many people do not know is that there are many different types of infections that are categorized in the general category of Malware.