Helping people with computers... one answer at a time.
Firefox is the free, cross-platform, open-source web browser from the Mozilla Foundation.
Consol and QuickStarter add-ons in Firefox perform different tasks - but it might not be necessary to run them all the time.
Problems with a program that won't install can be tricky. It's important to capture the exact wording of any error messages you are receiving.
Firefox on Windows 7 64-bit may run into difficulties from extra add-ons and need a reinstall. As far as safety? You are the one in control of that.
Enabling sites in NoScript is usually done on a site-by-site basis. Each webpage is different and will need to be checked individually.
Most people don't realize that Firefox has the option to open multiple home pages at once. It's possible some install programs use this.
Firefox browser problems can often be solved by a re-install of Firefox itself. Otherwise, any of the top three browsers will do the trick.
It's inconvenient that Firefox's new version numbering system sometimes requires add-ons to be disabled for short periods of time. But the real question is: do you need all those add-ons?
It may seem like nothing is happening when browsers and other software programs perform updates, but don't minimize the necessity of those security patches.
Firefox can occasionally complain that it's already running when you might not see it anywhere on your desktop. It's not lying, it's just hiding.
Flash crashing in Firefox means something is wrong with either Flash or Firefox. We'll take an investigative approach to get running again.
Quite often, version numbers seem to be random choices of the programmers. There might be a better way.
Firefox itself doesn't need a password; it's probably a website asking for a password or the password vault.
Tabs are mysteriously appearing in a Firefox browser. This could be a miss-set homepage, or perhaps pop-ups.
Cached data in Firefox and other browsers can cause this sort of problem. Clearing it may be the answer.
I've received a number of complaints of Firefox being excessively slow. I'll look at one possible solution.