Firefox – Getting the normalsized back-button back

I don’t mind it, but I know that many users feel annoyed that in version 3, the “Back”-button in Firefox is large and round, as opposed to the same size as the “Forward”-button. Here’s what it looks like:     Luckily for my users, this is easily rectified. Simply right-click any of the buttons close… Continue reading Firefox – Getting the normalsized back-button back

Firefox saving your tabs

With the release of Firefox 3, users have gotten a few nifty little tools to use, a few of which I noted in a previous post. Another tool, which I had missed was the ability to save the tabs of your current session, so that they’d open the next time you’d open Firefox. Before Firefox… Continue reading Firefox saving your tabs

Internet Explorer and me (Or: Why I choose)

I’ve been using computers more or less actively for about 10 years now. My first encounter with a computer was a hulking 386, which I never really got the hang of. Since then, I’ve encountered computers in many different ways, but the first time I can remember getting a “So that’s what it’s all about”… Continue reading Internet Explorer and me (Or: Why I choose)

Firefox 2.0.0.13 crashes, unable to add extensions part two – the solution

My problems have, as I mentioned, been twofold; first there is the universal problem of not being able to add extensions, and second there is the problem of Firefox crashing on one of my machines.   The error data for the crashes look like this:   AppName: firefox.exe AppVer: 1.8.20080.31114 ModName: firefox.exe ModVer: 1.8.20080.31114 Offset:… Continue reading Firefox 2.0.0.13 crashes, unable to add extensions part two – the solution