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Simple Firefox Tips and Tricks (Some of Which You Might Not Know…)

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I have used Firefox browser for a long time and I always think that I know all the features inside out. When I was told of the following seemingly simple but useful tricks, I know I was wrong. Some of you power users may have already known these tricks, and if you know of any other Firefox tips and tricks, feel free to share it.

1) Drag and drop
There are many things that you can drag and drop in Firefox.

2) Keyboard shortcut
Other than the usual shortcut keys such Ctrl + T:open new tab, Ctrl + N: open new window etc, here are some not-so-well-known, but useful, shortcut keys:

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