Multi-Account Containers is a Firefox add-on by Mozilla designed to help users define and separate their browsing sessions into distinct contexts called “Containers.” If you’re a Chrome user, Firefox Containers are conceptually very similar to users. They separate data into distinct silos and prohibit communication between those silos. Here’s how you can use Firefox Containers […]
If you have ever tried to run Firefox Quantum and Firefox Nightly simultaneously on macOS, you’ve definitely noticed that, by default, it’s impossible. Firefox complains that only one instance of the program can be open at the same time, and then the application quits out of the second Firefox instance you tried to launch. The […]
I use Firefox on my Mac. Sometimes I use Chrome. I never use Safari. When it comes to my iPad, I’d much rather use Firefox. But that’s not happening anytime soon. Here’s why.
When it comes to web browsers, the public has three primary choices: Internet Explorer (blech), Mozilla’s Firefox, and Google Chrome. With the exploding popularity of the iPad, why have none of them come to the world’s greatest tablet? Finally, that’s about to change.
When Mozilla first announced that they were putting Firefox Home [iTunes Link] out into the iTunes App Store, there was some question about whether or not it would be approved by Apple. The theory was that Firefox was putting out a mobile version of Firefox for the iPhone, and that’s a big no-no with Apple. […]
While I do like Safari, as a web developer it’s just more practical for me to use Firefox. Plus, I get to use all these cool extensions! Like this one: SpeakingFox is a Firefox add-on that does one thing, and very well. It allows you to convert text in your browser to audible speech. Safari […]
File this one under: “I don’t know how I missed this, and it’s probably old news.” I was working online the other day, while my wife was sitting at the next desk over, working on installing Windows 7 onto her Dell (FYI: it took her 4 hours to do it, and she spent a good […]