Add Add-ons to Mozilla Firefox on Windows 7
Lukward Thomason, Melissa Rae, Eng, Anonymous
Hi, you're watching VisiHow, and this is a tutorial on how to add add-ons to the Mozilla Firefox browser on a Windows 7 computer.
Start off by double-clicking Mozilla Firefox icon to open the browser.
Wait for it to load.
Once the browser is loaded, go to the "Add-ons" section.
To do so, click the icon with three lines in the upper right-hand corner of the screen.
Click "Add-ons" once, and a new window will open.
There are no add-ons yet in the example.
Click "Get Add-ons" located at the left side of the screen, and wait for it to load.
It will show you a lot of new add-ons that you can download for free or for a price.
YouTube FlashHTML5 player was chosen in the example. Click the add-on.
Click "Add to Firefox" once, and wait for the download to finish.
Once the download is finished, a message box will pop up.
Click "Install Now", and wait.
YouTube FlashHTML5 has been added to Firefox in the upper right-hand corner.
Go to YouTube and choose a video.
In the example, the video "Jimmy Fallon Thanks David Letterman" was selected.
In the example, the video will not open because it requires HTML5 or Adobe Flash Player.
To change this, click on the add-on.
Click the "HTML5" icon.
Now, YouTube HTML5 player is active.
Refresh the page, and the video will load.
This means the add-on has been successfully added, and it's now fully working.
This concludes our tutorial on how to add add-ons to the Mozilla Firefox browser on a Windows 7 computer.
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Video: Add Add-ons to Mozilla Firefox on Windows 7
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