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Problem Firefox

PostPosted: Mon Sep 28, 2009 1:37 pm
by Finlay

Hallo,
I often use Firefox, a great browser, and sometimes go to Tools - Options - Security - saved password to read and erase the passwords for the sites that I visit.
Do you know if there is a way to shorten this path, maybe insert something in the toolbar to speed up this task?
Thank you

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Re: Problem Firefox

PostPosted: Mon Dec 12, 2011 6:58 am
by wilsondavid
The main problem with Firefox is It's look out. I have not like look out of Firefox and I am find that it is hard to work out in Mozilla Firefox compare to Google Chrome and that's why I am using the Google Chrome compare to Firefox.

Re: Problem Firefox

PostPosted: Thu Feb 16, 2012 9:06 am
by shanebob
I have not find any problem with my Firefox browser. It is nice one and there is great fun while working with the Firefox browser. Also it can support the many nice function which you might never found in other browser.

Re: Problem Firefox

PostPosted: Fri Feb 17, 2012 5:00 pm
by yabbadoo
Finlay wrote:Hallo,
I often use Firefox, a great browser, and sometimes go to Tools - Options - Security - saved password to read and erase the passwords for the sites that I visit.
Do you know if there is a way to shorten this path, maybe insert something in the toolbar to speed up this task?
Thank you


Not to my knowledge. You are stuck with the method described, where you can delete individual password records or the lot.

I have used Firefox for years with no problems. It is the best browser on the market by a long way and beats Chrome on most counts including speed, where after playing with Chrome and customizing it, the response is deplorable compared to Firefox.

Why do you want to erase passwords for sites you obviously entered ? If you want to visit them again, you will not be able to since you will not know the password.

The whole idea of having a "Saved Passwords" on your Firefox Security is to automatically enter them when you visit the site or at the very least to look them up. Seems pointless to delete them unless there is a good reason. Nobody is going to steal them and with the exception of Finance issues, what does it matter if they do ?

If your Firefox is adequately protected, the whole matter seems a waste of time considering.

Re: Problem Firefox

PostPosted: Wed Apr 11, 2012 8:30 am
by michalegruber
The best way to fix Firefox is to use a registry cleaner. This is a type of software which has been created to scan through the registry database of Windows and fix any of the errors inside.