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This tutorial is about installation of Firefox on MAC OS X, Firefox is on of the most popular open source browser in the world. Its free, simple to use, secure, fast, awesome, also on mobile and has loads of features!

Firefox 33.0

Firefox, a awesome browser

Download Firefox from this link Mozilla

Step # 1

Install from DMG

After you have downloaded the dmg file from the mozilla website, just double click on the dmg file and the OS will start installation procedure.

Firefox dmg

Install Firefox

Step # 2

Install in Application directory

After you double click on the dmg file, the operating system will present to you a beautiful option to drag and drop the Firefox logo onto the application directory. So just drag the logo by clicking on it and holding down the left mouse button and moving your mouse to the Application directory and let go of the mouse button. As simple as one..two..three!

Installation option


Step # 3

Installation complete

Now go to Application and there you should see the Firefox icon. If you can see the icon that mean the installation was successful and now you are ready to start using Firefox!. Double click on the icon to open the browser.

Installation done


Step # 4

Import from from other browsers

If you already had any browsers installed then you can import details from those browsers too!. Firefox on first startup will show you a screen where you can import details from other other browsers. Details like Hisory, password and other data.


Firefox import settings!

Step # 5


Now you are ready to surf the internet!

Surf fast and secure!

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