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Aug 17, 2007
Mozilla is a not-for-profit Foundation started in 2003 in California. Mozilla includes a group of people from around the world who are dedicated to improving the experience of all Internet users. Mozilla Firefox is free as are other Mozilla products, however, as a non-profit organization, Mozilla accepts donations. All Mozilla products have copyrights and members adhere stringently to copyright rules and laws.

Mozilla strives to develop the very best products possible by collaborating with others. Mozilla members believe the key to good use of the Internet is sharing information and technology openly and honestly. Mozilla welcomes input from users of their products regardless of their technical knowledge. Mozilla listens and responds to concerns, ideas and suggestions of those who use their products and those who have difficulty using a product. It is a goal of Mozilla to improve products, and educate and expand the knowledge of Internet users through communication and collaboration.

The most popular Mozilla product is the web browser, Firefox 2, released in June 2007. This version of the original Firefox is more powerful, with added features to bring Internet surfers and researchers a dependable and efficient Internet experience. When using Firefox, a tab with a close button will open each new web page. If, you close a tab and later want the page back, you will find the link in History under "Recently closed tabs."

What happens, if you open too many tabs? Mozilla Firefox handles this in a simple and efficient manner. No scary warnings, no deleting of your links, Firefox courteously, places scroll arrows on each side of your tabs and adds a button on the right side. Click the button and get a list of your open tabs, click on the one you want to open. When finished with a tabbed page, just click on the black X on the right side of the tab and the tab will close the web page.

Mozilla Firefox is very helpful when you want to find something on the web, but you are not certain what you need to type into the search bar. Firefox comes with search engines such as Google, Yahoo, Answers and others to help you find what you need by making suggestions. Type a word or phrase into a search bar and click. A drop down menu will appear and there will be a list of suggestions to help you find your information. For instance, you want to find a list of places in Daytona Beach, type Daytona Beach, a list will appear with suggestions such as: attractions, churches, events, entertainment, hotels, museums, parks, etc. Click on one of these and receive pages of links from which to choose information. For great surfing, try Firefox.
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