Repairing a Firefox Install

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If you'd like to repair your Firefox installation, what you'd normally need to do is uninstall Firefox and then reinstall it. Find out about repairing a Firefox install with help from an expert in information systems, programming languages, web development and network security in this free video clip.

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Hi, my name is Luke, and this is repairing a Firefox install. If you'd like to repair your Firefox installation, what you'd normally need to do is uninstall Firefox and then reinstall it. However, Firefox has a feature where you can reset it to its default state. This can fix most of the common problems that come with an installation bug. Navigate to the top-left corner of your Firefox browser and click on the drop down. Scroll over to help, and then click on troubleshooting information. In the top-right corner you'll see a button that allows you to reset Firefox to its default state. This will keep most of your personal information like bookmarks and potentially saved passwords. If this doesn't fix your installation problem however, you may need to fully uninstall Firefox and then reinstall it. You can do this by going to control panel, programs and features, and then navigating to where you see Mozilla Firefox. Highlight it, and then click uninstall. After you've uninstalled Firefox, you can reinstall it from Mozilla's website, and that's it.

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