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Posted on Jan 15, 2015 in Smarter Surfing, Using the Internet | 0 comments

Adding Bookmarks or Favourites in Mozilla Firefox

If you find a website while browsing the internet and you consider it useful, you should add a bookmark or favourite to your browser so that you can visit it again easily. In this short video tutorial, we’ll demonstrate this technique in the popular Mozilla Firefox browser and show you how its bookmarks system makes saving useful sites you find a breeze.

If you prefer to use Internet Explorer for surfing the internet, click here for a tutorial on Bookmarks/Favourites in IE. If you prefer Google Chrome, click here.

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Additional notes

There are several advanced bookmarking systems on the internet too, that go beyond the basic bookmarking functionality offered by default in your browser. Our favourite service is Diigo, which you can check out here.

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