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I want to uninstall Firefox


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tofu5

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About three weeks ago Yahoo mail changed and I could not access both of my email accounts at the same time, even tho I had 2 browser windows open. GeeksToGo suggested I install a different browser system, I installed Firefox and was pleased with it for two weeks. Then, all of a sudden, accessing Yahoo email became harder and the page writing became garbled. Now even this Geeks site is garbled. So. I would like to uninstall Firefox. Can I use Revo uninstaller for that? I installed Revo a while back. Maybe I will try Chrome as a different browser.
Thank you.

Nancy
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Per Mozilla directly..How to uninstall Firefox
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Hi Friends,

To uninstall Firefox follow these steps:
  • Go to Start Menu in the Windows taskbar, select Control Panel. The Control Panel opens.
  • Click Uninstall a program. And Double-click Add or Remove Programs.

  • From the list of currently installed programs, select Mozilla Firefox.
  • Click Uninstall. Then Click Remove.
  • In the Mozilla Firefox Uninstall Wizard that opens, click Next. Then Click Uninstall.


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James
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Thank you. I have printed this info for future use. For whatever reason Mozilla has decided to behave itself and the Yahoo page is presenting itself perfectly, as is the iGoogle homepage, which was also a mess for a few days. So I am going to continue using Firefox for now and cross my fingers.

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It may have been a hiccup and it resolved itself.
These type of issues happen and sometimes the best course of action is to wait.
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