Learn about the basic features of Firefox (bookmarks, tabs, search, add-ons, page actions and more) and find links to more articles to explore.
Web Push allows websites to notify users of new messages or updated content while Firefox is open.
You can view PDF files in Firefox using the built-in viewer or with a third-party tool. Learn more.
Snippets are part of the Firefox browser. Learn how snippets are used, what content snippets contain and how to manage or disable snippets.
You can set which Firefox extensions can run in private windows and which can't, when you install the extension or later on. Learn more.
Make web links open in Firefox automatically by setting it as the default browser on your computer. This article explains how to do that.
When you type into the address bar, Firefox suggests pages you've bookmarked, tagged, visited before or have open in tabs. Learn more.
Load your favorite pages in one click. We'll show you how to set your home page or restore the default page.
Firefox can automatically move bookmarks, passwords, history and other preferences from Chrome without deleting it or interfering with any of its settings.
Learn the different controls for the New Tab page on Firefox, including opening a blank page and choosing the page that opens in a new tab.
Learn how the address bar makes it easy to search the Web, find bookmarks or pages you visited before, use search engines and more.
Screenshots is a tool in Firefox that allows you to save an image of all or parts of a web page.
Learn how to customize your New Tab page.
Learn how to hide sponsored stories trending on Pocket from all your devices.
Firefox keeps track of the websites you visit when you browse the Web. Learn how to view, search and sort your browsing history.
Firefox allows you to save a web page to your computer so that you can do things like read it when you're not connected to the Internet. Here's how.
Learn about Firefox's Simplify Page feature that strips away clutter like buttons, ads, and background images from your web prints.
Firefox lets you sync your mobile bookmarks so you can access them on your desktop.
This articles covers the basics of print settings and formatting options in Firefox.
The Downloads panel and Library keep track of files you download. We'll show you how to access, manage, change settings and find your files.
Learn more about how search suggestions work in Firefox.
Pocket for Firefox is used to save a variety of content to one place with the click of a button.
Firefox automatically checks your spelling as you type. Available options include adding dictionaries and removing words added by accident.
The Full Screen feature lets you expand the Firefox browser to fill up your whole screen. This article explains how to turn it on and off.
Reader View on Firefox removes clutter from web pages to make on-screen text easier to read. The latest version of Firefox can also read pages out loud to you.
"Search Tabs" in Firefox's tab menu lets you find a specific open tab.
Learn how to identify noisy tabs in Firefox and mute the sound without affecting other tabs or windows.
Here you will learn about the basic tips and guidelines for using Firefox in your language.
Use your keyboard to access add-on buttons on the toolbar, as well as perform other toolbar functions not previously available via the keyboard.
When you are viewing a website in Firefox, you can search for words, phrases or links on the page. This article explains how it works.
Firefox's "about:performance" page shows you what tabs or add-ons are making Firefox slow.
Starting with Firefox 55, you can enjoy Virtual Reality (VR) content directly from your Windows desktop computer via the fully-implemented WebVR standard.