The Office Web Apps Browser Plugin installs an add-on that enables Office documents to be opened directly from Firefox into the appropriate Office desktop application. This plugin is unnecessary for customers who use Firefox and Microsoft Office 2010.
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glow.mozilla.org tracks downloads for Firefox 4. When someone clicks the download button on mozilla.com or asks for an upgrade from inside Firefox, we approximate their location based on IP address and store anonymous aggregate location information in our database.
Each dot that shows up on the map represents someone who just downloaded Firefox (with a few seconds of latency as we process everything on the backend). The counter at the top shows the total downloads of Firefox since March 22, 2011, when Firefox 4 was released. The arc chart shows those downloads broken down all the way to the city level.
Save an image of a web page (including Flash content) to a file.
Web page screenshots may be captured interactively or from the command line.
Options allow you to control the output format (PNG or JPEG), image file name, scaling, and much more.
No more need heavy office suite application to read office documents. You can view almost any office document with ThinkfreeFox & Thinkfree Conversion Server.
Support file extensions.
– pdf, doc, docx, dot, rtf, xls, xlsx, xlt, ppt, pptx, pot, pps, hwp
Firefox Addons – ThinkfreeFox
SkipScreen will be tenaciously maintained and improving all the time. Why click through ad-laden pages and wait for countdowns when your computer can do it for you? Wherever you need to click through ads or wait for countdowns, SkipScreen will be there to make your life easier. SkipScreen automatically clicks through the hoops to get to the content you want.
And many more on the way!
Launching FoxTab is extremely easy and intuitive.
Here’s how to do it instantly:
Option 1: Click on the FoxTab icon in your browser’s toolbar (press ESC to exit)
Option 2: Ctrl + Tab: Simply hold the Ctrl key pressed down and repeatedly hit the Tab key. To flip tabs backward, use Ctrl + Shift + Tab
Launch in Interactive Mode:
Click on the FoxTab icon
F12 (Windows / Linux) , F8 (Mac OS X)
Click on both the left and right buttons of your mouse
Click on both the left and middle buttons of your mouse
Launch in Flip Mode:
Ctrl + Tab
Ctrl + Mouse Scroll
Hold the Mouse right button pressed + Mouse Scroll
Users agreeing to install a service pack for the .NET Framework (NET Framework 3.5 Service Pack 1) through Windows update were also pushed a Firefox add-on that is potentially difficult to remove once applied. This add-on – Microsoft .NET Framework Assistant – enables .NET apps to be installed with one click.
In .NET Framework 3.5 SP1, the .NET Framework Assistant enables Firefox to use the ClickOnce technology that is included in the .NET Framework. The .NET Framework Assistant is added at the machine-level to enable its functionality for all users on the machine. As a result, the Uninstall button is shown as unavailable in the Firefox Add-ons list because standard users are not permitted to uninstall machine-level components. In this update for .NET Framework 3.5 SP1 and in Windows 7, the .NET Framework Assistant will be installed on a per-user basis. As a result, the Uninstall button will be functional in the Firefox Add-ons list. This update will also make this version of the .NET Framework Assistant for Firefox compatible with future versions of the Firefox browser. To properly update the .NET Framework Assistant, this update must be applied while the extension is enabled in Firefox. To remedy the result of installing this update while the extension was disabled, uninstall the update, re-enable the extension, and reinstall the update. Updates to the .NET Framework Assistant may include updates to the Windows Presentation Foundation Plug-in for Firefox causing it to be enabled upon its initial update.