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More Firefox secrets revealed

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The popular Firefox open source Web browser includes several pieces of experience-enhancing functionality that many users aren't aware of, says Kevin Yank, technical director with technical publishing company SitePoint Pty. Ltd. That's why his firm decided to release the new book Firefox Secrets, by Cheah Chu Yeow.

In this second interview with SearchOpenSource.com, Yank, who served as lead technical editor on the book, uncovers more of Firefox tips, shortcuts and plug-ins that users need to know about.

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