This secret word recollecting highlight encourages you to visit the site next time in all respects advantageously. How can I restore a site to its former place after I have unintentionally removed it? Make sure Firefox is not currently running. NoScript is a script-blocker that allows you to determine exactly which scripts run on specific websites. If you need more rows, there is a special about:config flag in Firefox which allows increasing the size of the Top Sites section. This is simply an that you can easily enable.
Some websites do not allow the saving of usernames and passwords, therefore, the Firefox Password Manager will not work with those sites. Your saved passwords, bookmarks, browsing history, and cookies should be restored automatically. Ghacks has a discussion of the New Cookie Jar policy. Mozilla has deployed this feature to speed up web pages that you might visit. See also the last big release with.
This may also improve browser performance. Everything is in nice logical sections and numbered. To delete all your passwords, click Remove All. Therefore you do have control over this, even if geo remains enabled. Hi Sven, Great article, especially for the configuration in About:Config.
It is without a doubt, the best add on for Firefox. The Change Master Password dialog box opens. The Quantum engine is all about parallel page rendering and processing. It includes a far more comprehensive listing of privacy-security-fingerprinting-etc prefs, and tries to explain some of them in an easier to understand fashion. You can restore some of your lost information with a little extra work, or change your preferred settings manually. Another option is to use the Tor browser,.
I followed your guide step by step. It will also reset your browser settings to their default values and clear the browser history and other cached data. The folder 'AppData' and all its subfolders are usually hidden, so you'll have to make hidden files visible. Try disabling add-ons you no longer need while in safe mode. Keep in mind that Safari for both Mac and iPhone platforms does not retain form data, so you don't need to do this if you use Safari.
To clear your search and list all the sites, click the X button. This is a permanent change. You could mess up your browser configuration and cause problems if you change the wrong settings. I have just about decided not to return to your web site, because of the nagging pop-up. Edit: Ideally, I would want to exactly undo the removal and thus restore it to its previous behavior of automatically sorting by frequency of visit. Rearrange Tiles Click and drag a Tile into the position you want.
As you type the search term, the results display in the list box. Other than that issue, I have not tested or used Vivaldi. I am currently using Firefox 61. Unfortunately, there are plenty of useful add-ons which have no modern analogs. Cookie AutoDelete This browser add-on may not be necessary with Firefox if you have made the changes above to preferences, which will automatically erase cookies that are no longer needed for the website you are viewing. On a positive note, there are some websites respecting do not track requests including Restore Privacy, which uses Matomo instead of Google Analytics. To do this a is necessary.
What app or add-on do you, and can you, actually trust? This article was co-authored by our trained team of editors and researchers who validated it for accuracy and comprehensiveness. Open Firefox in Safe Mode. To view your saved passwords in Firefox, select Options from the Firefox menu. You can restart in safe mode in two ways. Default starting with Firefox 4. One of the many benefits that Firefox supports is the wide variety of customizable features through extensions such as visual themes and additional toolbar options. Is anything going to Google and if so what? Thanks This thing is becoming very annoying when trying to connect to a mcds wifi.
To add more top sites to the New Tab page in Firefox, do the following. Highlights Highlighted sites are sites you've visited recently or bookmarked. For example, you could make Firefox always open the new tab page with an empty page, your current home page, or a local file. This is what I finally found out: - in the address bar of firefox put: about:cache and hit enter. However, it may have been reset to display a blank or homepage. This is because the browser has received explicit instructions from the browser not to allow anything but a secure connection. However, if you have already modified your cookie preferences in about:config as described above, then this add-on is not necessary.