Better understand browsing in Firefox in this free lesson. When you're done, you'll know all about Firefox browsing.
Firefox makes browsing the web quick and easy. In this lesson, we'll talk about navigating to websites in Firefox. You'll also learn how use tabs, access your browsing history, and view your downloads.
If you don't have much experience using a web browser, you may want to review our lesson on Using a Web Browser, which covers the basic points of Internet browsing in more detail.
Watch the video below to learn the basics of browsing with Firefox.
Firefox makes it easy to search the Web for the information you need. Rather than navigating to a search engine like Google or Bing, you can perform a Web search directly from the search box.
You can click the magnifying glass icon to select a different search engine, or click Change Search Settings to add or remove search engines.
Firefox uses four main buttons for navigation: the Back, Forward, Refresh, and Home buttons.
By default, the Home button will navigate to the Firefox start page. Review our lesson on Customizing Firefox to learn how to choose your own homepage.