have you ever defragmented the hard disc drive? If not done occaisonally, the computer will be very slow to load programs, and may misstate the amount of free space available. Go to 'My Computer' and right click on the icon for the hard disc drive. Select 'properties', and then 'defragment'. This will probably take a long time, and even longer if you have Zone Alarm running, or any kind of instant messaging program. As a matter of fact, you should probably disconnect the computer completely from the internet while you are running the defrag program, because it will have to start over if the disc contents are changed while it is running. If the defrag program keeps restarting, you may have to run Disk Scan first to eliminate any errors on the disc. This should be routine maintenance, done every month or so, as well as backing up the hard drive contents to CD-ROM or tape, or another hard disc. If you are running Windows XP, you should also run the 'System Restore' routine frequently to create restore points that the computer can use to restore the operating system if it gets corrupted.
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I do not know why it would matter because I have both programs on the same computer and I do not have any problems.
Start,power, internet explorer and/or mozilla firefox, programs, and wikianswers
To uninstall Mozilla Firefox from the computer, normally you can uninstall it directly with Windows Add/Remove Programs utility as the description below ( take V 3.5.3 as an example). 1. Uninstall it with windows Add/Remove Programs utility A. Go to Start => Settings => Control Panel => Add/Remove Programs ( For windows XP) / Programs and Features (For Windows Vista) B. Find Mozilla Firefox in the dropdown list and then click Remove/Uninstall to uninstall it. C. Follow the on-screen steps when Mozilla Firefox is running the uninstall process.
A fox and a tiger/lion.
It depends! You should be very careful with any YouTube downloader programs. Some allow ads which may contain malware. Firefox has a YouTube downloader extension that is supposed to be safe. Any Video Conveter is supposed to be safe: http://www.any-video-converter.com/products/for_video_free/ YTD YouTube Downloader is also supposed to be safe: http://www.youtubedownloadersite.com/
You have to download it of course. Search google Download Firefox 2(3 if you have a good computer) and go there and download it!
They're like external programs that is connected to Firefox to help it works, like Flash, etc.
Download Firefox installation from the link here and run it.
Programs like Firefox and Internet Explorer are web browsers or internet browsers used to access world wide web.
On the computer, numbskull.
because your not supposed to do what you do
To remove Firefox as the default browser, click on settings then go to the advanced tab. Under general uncheck "Always check to see if Firefox is the default browser." Then use a different browser and make it the default browser. Or you can go to your Start button, click on default programs, in "programs list" uncheck Firefox and click ok.
No. Your best bet for uninstalling Mozilla Firefox is to go to: For Windows XP: Start > Control Panel > Add or Remove Programs > And then look for Mozilla Firefox > Click Remove For Windows Vista/7: Start > Control Panel > Programs and Features > And then look for Mozilla Firefox > Click Uninstall
by downloading firefox into your computer
Installing Firefox usually will not cause your computer to run noticeably more slowly than any other browser.
They are stored in the program itself so you can only delete them through Firefox.
No. Firefox has a number of methods to protect it from people trying to get access to your computer and information but it itself does not have a firewall.
The Mozilla Corporation is a not-for-profit organization that creates two open-source programs: Firefox and Thunderbird. They also make many lab projects. Hence the name: Mozilla Firefox.
You can do that with most web browsers, such as Firefox.
Yes. They are merely programs like any other. For example, Internet explorer, Firefox, Opera etc. (Use Firefox)
For a Windows, go to Start > Control Panel > and find Add/Remove Programs. Search for Mozilla Firefox and click Uninstall.