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In Firefox, you first need to select Clear Private Data from the Tools menu.
Apply check marks to choose Cookies and Cache. Note: You will see some items are highlighted in gray. This means that currently the selection contain no data, and are therefore not applicable to be cleared.
To complete the temporary files cleaning process, click Clear Private Data Now. You must close all Firefox windows to have changes take effect.
For your information: in case that you want to set the cache space manually for storing future Firefox temporary files, do this - Click to open the Edit selection on the top of Firefox browser window. In the drop-down menu, select Preferences. Click on the Advanced sub-categories > Cache > Enter (choose how many MB of hard disk space you want to use for storing Firefox temporary internet files).
Deleting Firefox temporary files and browsing history can solve a lot of problems and security/privacy issues. Cleaning out the temporary files is quick and easy to do. This is always the first thing to try when experiencing slow computer speed or browser problems. Perform this cleaning task once a week to help keep your system healthy.
Launch your Firefox browser. Click the "Firefox" menu and then select the "Add-ons" title from the drop-down list.
Click the "Get Add-ons" link located on the left side of the page, and enter "change website colors" in the search field. Press the "Enter" or "Return" key to produce a list of results.
Survey the titles, such as Color That Site! and Styles Tuner, to find the one you want to use to modify website colors. Click the "Install" button next to the desired add-on and follow the on-screen instructions to restart your browser.
Use the add-on menus to configure the tool. For instance, using Color That Site!, click the "Colors" tab, click an option, such as "Foreground colors," and then click and drag the slider menu to select the hue you prefer. Each add-on menu may vary slightly.
Click "Tools" in the menu bar. Navigate to "Options" and select it. This should open another window.
Click the "Privacy" tab in the new window. Click "Cookies" and then "View Cookies."
Delete the cookies. You can search for the website(s) you want to stop automatically logging into, highlighting all the results and clicking "Remove Cookies," or you can simply remove everything by clicking "Remove All Cookies." This will force every website to forget you ever visited it before, so make sure you have nothing important saved.
Click the Start Menu, type "%appdata%," and press Enter. A new window appears.
Open the "Mozilla" folder. Open the "Firefox" folder. Open the "Profiles" folder. Open the folder corresponding to your Firefox user profile, choosing the one that ends with ".default" if you're unsure.
Open the "chrome" folder. If it does not exist, press Shift-Ctrl-N, type "chrome" and press "Enter."
Open the file "userChrome.css" in the "chrome" folder in a plain text editor. If you don't see the file, click the Start menu, type "notepad" and press Enter.
Add the following CSS code to the "userChrome.css" file or your new blank document:
Save the "userChrome.css" file. If you've created it from scratch, save it in the folder you created in Step 3.
Close and relaunch Firefox. The tab bar border is gone.
Open Firefox. Click the "Tools" menu, and click "Clear Recent History." A box will appear.
Click the down arrow next to "Time range to clear." Select to clear the history from the last hour, two hours, four hours, 24 hours or all of the browsing history. Click the "Details" button to select which parts of your browsing history to clear, such as the cache, search history, cookies, download history or active logins.
Click "Clear now." Firefox may freeze for a few seconds. The "Clear Recent History" box will disappear once the history is cleared.
Click the "Firefox" icon in the upper corner of your browser window, then select the "Help" menu. If you are using an older version of Windows, click the "Help" menu.
Choose "Troubleshooting Information" from the Help screen. Locate the "Application Basics" section, and select "Open Containing Folder." Close your Firefox browser once the file folder opens.
Right-click "persdict.dict," and select "Open With." Choose "Wordpad" in the menu. Locate the word you want to remove in the list, highlight it and press "Delete." Click "File," and choose "Save" to update the dictionary file.