After you've got Firefox installed, you're going to want to set some basic options in order to make it work the best for your particular preferences. First, the "look" of Firefox takes a bit of getting used to after using other Web browsers. So, let's take a look at what some of these changes might be.
- Title Bar: This is where the title of the page as determined by the web page's creator is displayed.
- Navigation Bar: Your basic functions are here; refresh, stop, home, forward, back.
- Menu Bar: Includes File, Edit, View, Go, Bookmarks, Tools, and Help.
- Bookmarks Toolbar: Store your favorites here or in the sidebar.
- Tabs: This is where your tabs are going to show up once you start to open them. Each one of these tabs represents a new browser window, and you have the capability to switch in between them all.
- Live Bookmark(RSS): This little orange icon will show up in the right-hand corner of any page you land on that has an RSS feed.
- Search Bar: Using this, you'll be able to switch instantly between at least seven different search sites.