How to configure Firefox’s default settings to speed up your web browsing

Posted June 03, 2018 06:38:01 If you’re still stuck on a slow connection, you might want to try a few of the following tweaks to get Firefox to slow down your internet connection: Open the web browser’s default tab page.

When it opens, click the Add to Favorites icon in the upper-right corner.

Type a new address in the address bar, and click Save.

In the Address Bar, scroll to the bottom of the page and click Add to Bookmark.

Click the Add bookmark icon in this list and then click Save bookmark.

In this list, scroll down and select “Default settings.”

From the drop-down menu, select “Advanced.”

From there, select the Advanced tab.

Click Save.

From the Add menu, click New tab.

When you click New, you’ll be presented with a list of all of your Firefox’s tabs.

Click on the one you want to open.

On the New tab page, click Add a bookmark.

On this page, select a bookmark from the list and click OK.

You’ll be taken to the new tab page of Firefox.

Click New tab button.

From there you’ll need to configure your new bookmark.

Select a bookmark and click New.

When the bookmark window opens, scroll up and select the bookmark you just created.

Click OK.

When your new bookmarks appear, you can close your browser window.

Now you can keep browsing without any noticeable slowdown in your web connection.

In addition to the options above, Firefox also has a built-in speed booster built in.

To enable the speed booster, open up the Add-ons panel and then select the Firefox icon.

From here, click on the Firefox menu button.

Under Advanced Settings, click Enable Speed Booster.

From now on, Firefox will speed up its default settings.