These screen shots and
instructions will help you configure Mozilla Firefox version 1.0. This
browser can be used as an alternative to Internet Explorer or Netscape.
Firefox has built in pop up blocking, ability to view more than one page
in a single window, anti-spyware features, and much much more!
Also, these instructions were written with Windows in mind, although
they should work fine with the Macintosh version of Internet Explorer.
As always, you may notice minor visual differences between these
screenshots taken from Windows when compared with what you are seeing
on your Macintosh.
- First you need to download the Mozilla Firefox from this
http://www.mozilla.org/products/firefox - once you start
downloading this file you will see the "file download" box appear as
shown below. Click on Save.
Go to the folder or to your desktop where you saved the Mozilla
Firefox setup file and double click on it. You will see a screen
like the one right below. Click Next to continue.
Now you will see the Software License screen - put a "dot" next to the
"I Accept the terms of the License Agreement" option after reviewing
the actual license agreement and then click on Next.
Choose Standard - this will setup Mozilla Firefox.
Click on Next.
Now you are ready to start installing Firefox, simply click on Next.
This screen, as shown below, gives you the option to import data from
a previous browser. We recommend just choosing "Don't import
anything" and then click on the Next button.
The screen as shown below indicates your install is now complete.
Simply click on the Finish button.
When you open up Firefox for the first time a screen as shown below
will appear. If you want to make Firefox your Main/Default browser
click on the Yes button, you will then be taken directly into the