Re: firefox question
As I recall, when you install Firefox, it places a shortcut on the desktop, as most programs do.
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I have decided to download Firefox to see if it reads websites any
better than Chrome. I can't manage chrome with Facebook and I'm hoping
that Firefox will kind of read like Internet Explorer. So my question is
that after I download it, to make a shortcut key for it, do I hit alt
enter for properties and then make the shortcut key right from there and
then maximize it? When I did chrome, I went to properties and then I
tabbed to where it said shortcut key and then I made it and then went to
apply and then OK. I also maximized it right away as well. Forgot how
I did that. But is it the same way? My second question when I make
Firefox my default, do I hit alt F and then go to settings and then hit
h until I find where to make it my default browser? Thanks in advance to
all who respond. I hope it's better than Chrome.