If you are like me, when you are surfing the internet, you probably have about 6 or 7 tabs open at the top of your browser screen viewing 6 0r 7 different website URL’s. Â Then….I want to exit out of Firefox and have to tell my workstation don’t warn me before closing multiple tabs by clicking the dialog box that comes up.
I know there are some that say that they really like this precautionary measure about closing multiple tabs. Personally, I don’t like seeing the multiple tabs warning. Â I do love having the multiple tabs at the top though AND I have three monitors to boot using the Matrox Triple Head2go device (which by the way is easy to setup and GREAT). Â Can you say multi-tasking. Â You are probably saying, what geek is not like this…ha.
Regardless if you like to close all tabs without a warning or not…here is how you do it. Â Leave me a comment on what your preference is on this topic. Â I would love to know.
1. Â Open the Firefox internet browser Â (You can download the newest version fromÂ here)
2. Â Click on Tools (if you don’t have the menu bar, just click on the Firefox amber colored button in the top left corner and click Options and Menu Bar or you can watch my video at
be sure to Â look around time frame 1:33)
3. Â Click on Options
4. Â Click on the Tabs Tab
5. Â Click Warn me when closing multiple tabs
6. Â Click OK
For a video of the above tip…..
There you have it. Â Simple as that. Â Let’s go set our preferences.
You can also see here how to tell Firefox that you do not want to be tracked. Â Just thought I would throw that one in for your viewing pleasure.
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