Posts Tagged ‘pdf viewer’

Firefox 19.0: Find Out What’s New

Thursday, February 21st, 2013

Here’s a quick summary of the various features offered by the latest Firefox update …

Mozilla is preparing to release a new version of the Firefox web browser, Firefox 19.0, today to the public. All other Firefox channels, beta, aurora and nightly, will also receive updates so that their versions move up as well to 20.0, 21.0 and 22.0 respectively.

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How to Remove the PDF.JS PDF Viewer Extension in Firefox

Tuesday, May 15th, 2012

If you’re unhappy with Firefox’s new PDF Viewer, here’s how to get rid of it …

Before I take a look at how you can remove the PDF Viewer extension in Firefox, I’d like to spend a moment talking about why it is necessary to write about it. Add-on removals should be straightforward operations after all. The big issue here is that you can’t remove add-ons installed by third party software from within Firefox. And third parties in this regard also means Mozilla, if the company decides to add an add-on to Firefox automatically. While you can disable those add-ons, you can’t remove them.

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Disable Google Chrome’s Native PDF Viewer and Flash Plugin

Monday, November 7th, 2011

If you’re not all that fond of Chrome’s native PDF view or flash plug-in, here’s how to get rid of them …

When you look at Google Chrome’s feature set and compare it to that of other browsers like Opera, Internet Explorer or Firefox, you will come to the conclusion that web browsers are more alike than they are different. Two items that will definitely be on the list are the built-in PDF viewer and the native Adobe Flash plugin. (Firefox may get a native pdf viewer in future versions)

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